BBC Radio Scotland’s Vic Galloway is feeling them Galoshins…
"Taking 2 EP’s and creating an 11 track album with them, Armellodie Records have let unhinged Gourock rockers Galoshins loose on the world. If you’re a fan of fuzzy, organ-fulled, garage-rock with an inherent wonkiness and invention, topped off with vocals in an inimitable Scottish accent (and aren’t we all?!), then you’ll love this. For reference points think Deerhoof and Prolapse teaming up to play ‘96 Tears’ and other 1960’s nuggets, high on sugary drinks and surrounded by surrealist paintings… And that’s a very good thing indeed! For quirky pop gems with oddball attitude, search this album out when you can."
Vic played ‘The 4th Chord’ on his show this week which you can listen again to here.
And for the record we haven’t actually made an album out of them because we didnae want to, but we have released them individually for the price of an album, think of them as a mini-double album! Get ‘em here.