Preaching From the Pews: Rams’ Pocket Radio

ramspocketradioPeter McCauley, a.k.a. Rams’ Pocket Radio, already associates with an impressive line up of friends, ranging from stage acrobats Darwin Deez to deadly serious wailers The Duke Special. McCauley himself pens music that sits somewhere in between; chiming and frenzied pop tunes that touch on the fragility of human life. And pocket radios.

If you were at Glastonbury you may have un/consciously witnessed him play the Introducing Stage on Saturday. If you weren’t at the festival, you were probably mulling over the coverage of Coldplay looking at cows on BBC One.

Rams’ Pocket Radio plans to release his debut EP Dieter Rams Has Got The Pocket Radios later on in the year. In the meantime, here’s his song “Coal, My Lips are Sealed” for you all to enjoy!

Rams’ Pocket Radio – Coal, My Lips Are Sealed by partisanpr

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