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About F E L L
Lose yourself in the forest of Fell, the musical alias of London-based artist, illustrator and creator of sun-kissed psychedelic pop dreaminess Nicolas Burrows, aided and abetted by band members Jon Rulton (Bear Driver, Dream Giant), Dav Shiel (Beth Jeans-Houghton & The Hooves of Destiny) and Matt Giraudeau (Dogtanion). Set for release as a limited-edition cassette tape and via digital services from October 11, 2019, For The Pickling is his Lost Map debut EP. Hailed as “beautifully crafted” by For Rabbits, the title track was released in August as part of Lost Map’s PostMap Club, a subscription series in which members receive a new set of printed postcards each month with download codes giving access to new and unreleased music. Fell have received radio support from BBC 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne and Gideon Coe among others.

Originally hailing from Blackpool, Lancashire, Nicolas cut his teeth in the early-00’s, playing in bands around the then-burgeoning Leeds scene (Crayon, All My Friends Are Dead, Vest For Tysso, Bear Driver, Super Eight), before starting to create his own project under the name Glaciers. In 2016 he mutated into Fell, recording There Still Are Mysteries, an album of haunting autumnal pop with Stereolab’s Andy Ramsay in the production chair.

In 2018, Fell were one of eight recipients of PRS/PledgeMusic’s Emerging Artist Fund and used this to record a new five-track EP and make three videos. Produced by Dan Blackett (of Bella Union signings, Landshapes), For The Pickling is the result – six lilting, woozy micro-opuses that transport the listener to a half-forgotten childhood summer and back again. The EP features guest accompaniment from Dan’s bandmates Luisa Gerstein and Heloise Tunstall-Behrens, as well as the sonorous vocals of experimental performer David Thomas Broughton.
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Genres:
Baroque Pop, Folk, Pop, Psychedelic Pop

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About F E L L
Lose yourself in the forest of Fell, the musical alias of London-based artist, illustrator and creator of sun-kissed psychedelic pop dreaminess Nicolas Burrows, aided and abetted by band members Jon Rulton (Bear Driver, Dream Giant), Dav Shiel (Beth Jeans-Houghton & The Hooves of Destiny) and Matt Giraudeau (Dogtanion). Set for release as a limited-edition cassette tape and via digital services from October 11, 2019, For The Pickling is his Lost Map debut EP. Hailed as “beautifully crafted” by For Rabbits, the title track was released in August as part of Lost Map’s PostMap Club, a subscription series in which members receive a new set of printed postcards each month with download codes giving access to new and unreleased music. Fell have received radio support from BBC 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne and Gideon Coe among others.

Originally hailing from Blackpool, Lancashire, Nicolas cut his teeth in the early-00’s, playing in bands around the then-burgeoning Leeds scene (Crayon, All My Friends Are Dead, Vest For Tysso, Bear Driver, Super Eight), before starting to create his own project under the name Glaciers. In 2016 he mutated into Fell, recording There Still Are Mysteries, an album of haunting autumnal pop with Stereolab’s Andy Ramsay in the production chair.

In 2018, Fell were one of eight recipients of PRS/PledgeMusic’s Emerging Artist Fund and used this to record a new five-track EP and make three videos. Produced by Dan Blackett (of Bella Union signings, Landshapes), For The Pickling is the result – six lilting, woozy micro-opuses that transport the listener to a half-forgotten childhood summer and back again. The EP features guest accompaniment from Dan’s bandmates Luisa Gerstein and Heloise Tunstall-Behrens, as well as the sonorous vocals of experimental performer David Thomas Broughton.
Show More
Genres:
Baroque Pop, Folk, Pop, Psychedelic Pop

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