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Dead Men’s Clothes EP released on 7″ vinyl

We’re happy to announce that The Phantom Cowboys’ new EP, Dead Men’s Clothes is finally available on 7″ vinyl! It is available to order now from our online shop.

Dead Men's Clothes vinyl outside cover

Alternatively the EP and CD formats are also available from some of our favourite independent vendors (merchants: contact us if you want to stock our record!):

Online & Mailorder

Stores

  • The Little Record Shop, 43 Tottenham Lane, London, N8 9DB, United Kingdom
  • Soundclash Records, 28 St Benedicts St, Norwich NR2 4AQ, United Kingdom

The Hermit: Preview from the new Phantom Cowboys EP!

The release of the band’s new Dead Men’s Clothes EP is almost upon us: we’re just waiting for the discs to come back from the presses, but we simply couldn’t wait to share our doubtful genius with you all. So here’s a preview of the opening track on the EP – ‘The Hermit’. Hope you enjoy it, please feel free to share social media etc.

In fact we’ve been suitably impressed by the number of you who’ve been in touch asking when the EP will be available to buy. It’s at the presses right now, and we hope to be able to ship physical copies in a matter of weeks.

If you cannot wait to get your mitts on a CD or vinyl copy, then the entire EP will be available on digital download even sooner – keep checking here or follow us on Facebook / Twitter for announcements!

Band interview in Mad Music for Bad People

Mad Music for Bad People - issue cover

 

The Phantom Cowboys are interviewed on their return and the release of their forthcoming ‘Dead Men’s Clothes’ EP in the latest¬† issue of Mad Music for Bad People.

This terrific little publication features many of our favourite bands and artists (not just saying that, we have a subscription!) and is well worth the cover price – even when we’re not in it!

From publisher:

Issue 10 of MAD MUSIC FOR BAD PEOPLE is now available, featuring interviews with Yann Moremelons of CorrupTed, Canadian psychos the Gutter Demons, Banane Metalik from Hell, New York City rockabillies Little Lesley & The Bloodshots, The Phantom Cowboys, who’ve just rode back into town, That Demon Barber of Carnaby Street, Mr. Ducktail and those primitives of garage music The Cavemen. Plus there’s a photo review of Hot Rod Hayride 12 by Glenn G-Man Blake. All of this could be yours for just ¬£4 (+p&p) just click on the link

Buy here: Mad Music For Bad People site (opens in new window)