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  • "(Special People) is a succinct garage punk blaster driven by an austere sense of paranoia . . . terrifically English, a fuzzed out riff is blended with an arch sense of wit" - Clash Music Dan Lyon's Special People Vinyl EP (signed), available for order from our online store. Downloadable MP3s of full EP included in purchase.  
  • A trip - a story of loss, love, abuse, and friendship set in the semi-fictional world of SubSuburbia. A story of the big move to the big city, claustrophobia, and heartache, insecurity, and pride. Sun-drenched Americana dragged backward through the 90’s Britpop scene via George Harrison’s house. Read More
    Spoken-word interludes appear like magnifying glasses over a bloodstained map of the UK. Broken relationships drowned in booze and chemicals, a birds-eye view of total destruction of hope, a hopelessly romantic saga. A trip to France, memories of drunk school friends and first loves, purity, and the scrap of positivity that pulls us all through when we’re at our worst. Holding a mirror to the very best and the absolute worst of British people, places, and things. Musical influences range from The Go-Betweens to Radiohead all the way to Leonard Cohen and Serge Gainsbourg whilst remaining a record only Dan Lyons, with his unique worldview and experience could produce.
  • A trip - a story of loss, love, abuse, and friendship set in the semi-fictional world of SubSuburbia. A story of the big move to the big city, claustrophobia, and heartache, insecurity and pride. Sun-drenched Americana dragged backward through the 90’s Britpop scene via George Harrison’s house. Read More
    Spoken-word interludes appear like magnifying glasses over a bloodstained map of the UK. Broken relationships drowned in booze and chemicals, a birds-eye view of total destruction of hope, a hopelessly romantic saga. A trip to France, memories of drunk school friends and first loves, purity, and the scrap of positivity that pulls us all through when we’re at our worst. Holding a mirror to the very best and the absolute worst of British people, places, and things. Musical influences range from The Go-Betweens to Radiohead all the way to Leonard Cohen and Serge Gainsbourg whilst remaining a record only Dan Lyons, with his unique worldview and experience could produce.
  • A trip - a story of loss, love, abuse, and friendship set in the semi-fictional world of SubSuburbia. A story of the big move to the big city, claustrophobia, and heartache, insecurity, and pride. Sun-drenched Americana dragged backward through the 90’s Britpop scene via George Harrison’s house. Read More

    Spoken-word interludes appear like magnifying glasses over a bloodstained map of the UK. Broken relationships drowned in booze and chemicals, a birds-eye view of total destruction of hope, a hopelessly romantic saga. A trip to France, memories of drunk school friends and first loves, purity and the scrap of positivity that pulls us all through when we’re at our worst. Holding a mirror to the very best and the absolute worst of British people, places, and things. Musical influences range from The Go-Betweens to Radiohead all the way to Leonard Cohen and Serge Gainsbourg whilst remaining a record only Dan Lyons, with his unique worldview and experience could produce.

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