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NEW TRACK AVAILABLE!

From November 11th 2016, No Going Back will be available to download/stream from Bandcamp, iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon etc. Tightrope piano, heart-wrenching strings, shards of mellotron harp, distorted cathedral choirs, all packed into five and a half minutes. Photography by the one and only Steve Gullick.

ALBUM OUT NOW!

A digipak CD of the debut album Scatter Factory is now available to order from the Store on this site, in association with Greedbag/State 51 Conspiracy. With artwork and design by the internationally renowned James Marsh, it features striking retro-futurist imagery and, of course, some music. And all for only £7.99! 


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NEW SINGLE ‘OUT THE BLOCKS’  RELEASED 1st JULY 2016

From 1st July, Out the Blocks will be available to download or stream from most digital stores. You can already pre-order from Amazon here, where you can also hear a taster. It's a chugging, spluttering, motorik affair, with a spectral overlay. Honestly.


Probably worth 79 pence or 89 cents of your hard earned, anyway. 


 

POWWOW FREE DOWNLOAD ON BANDCAMP!

PowWow is now available to download for FREE from the Scatter Factory Bandcamp site! Described by music journalist and renowned arbiter of taste, Sharon O'Connell, as a cross between Bernard Herrmann and Glen Campbell!


 Great debut by @ScatterFactory, solo instrumental guise of Will Foster: 'PowWow' = Bernard Herrmann x Glen Campbell

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CLICK HERE to order the self-titled Scatter Factory album on digipak CD now, in association with Greedbag/State 51 Conspiracy, for a mere £7.99. Complete with James Marsh's striking artwork and design, it's really quite nice. 


The album will be widely available in digital stores, from the official release date of 22nd July 2016. Tell your...

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Whether it’s working in the spotlight, side of stage or behind the scenes, every artist has their comfort zone – that place where they thrive because the level of visibility involved is a good fit. And, however rewarding (or relieving) any change in exposure might be, it requires some recalibration.


That’s something Will Foster understands. The...

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