Tom Slatter to release ​Demon in late July

Bad Elephant Music is proud to announce that Demon, the sixth solo album from respected singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tom Slatter, will be released in July 2019.

Following on from his highly acclaimed Happy People album, and the Murder and Parliamentinstrumental project, Tom returns with his most personal album yet, heavily influenced by indie rockalbums of the mid 90’s. There are contributions from ‘Storm’ Gareth Cole, drummer Michael Cairns,Tom’s sister Rebecca Haynes on bassoon and The Barley Singers.

In Tom’s own words: “Demon developed from an idea I had into a record about my life, without having any personal lyrics. It’s more a collection of songs rather than having a concept like Happy People”.

“I suppose it had to happen sooner or later”, says long-suffering BEM label manager David Elliott.“Eventually I got fed up with Tom’s wheedling and whining and agreed to release Demon.Fortunately, it’s excellent”.

Demon will be released on Bad Elephant Music on both CD and digital download on 26th July 2019. Pre-orders will be announced shortly.

Track Listing
1. Wizards Of This Town
2. Modern World
3. Weather Balloons And Falling Stars
4. West Wind5. Patterns Of Light
6. Cutting Up All Of Our Dreams
7. Drop Dead’s Punching Above His Weight Again
8. Tinfoil King
9. Demon

2016 Prog Award nominee and “experiment too far”, Tom Slatter is a weird-fiction singer- songwriter. Since 2010, Tom has released five albums, numerous EPs, instrumental project Murder and Parliament and has performed numerous gigs either solo or with his band, not to mention creating the monster that is The Immoral Support Group on Facebook, where he encourages the puns from its members, who he regards as friends.

Tom’s most recent album, Happy People, received significant critical acclaim: “there’s a strength and depth to the musical arrangements throughout the whole album – everything has a purpose to it”(David Rickinson, Progradar); “Tom is a master of harmony and possesses a distinctive voice” (The Progressive Aspect), “…there’s enjoyment to be had in his steampunk prog vision” (Prog Magazine).

“The worlds gone horrible at the moment, so I thought it time for another album”, says Tom ofDemon, his sixth full-length album, and fourth release for Bad Elephant Music.

Website: http://tomslatter.co.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tomslattermusic/Twitter: @tomslattermusic

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