Darren Hayman With Elizabeth Morris (2). I Know I Fucked Up. B. –Darren Hayman With The Wave Pictures. Who Hung The Monkey? Companies, etc. Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 93815H. Each 7" comes in a hand-painted cover by all involved, each unique and hand-numbered. Both songs taken from "January Songs" by Darren Hayman. Written and recorded during January 2011.
Elizabeth Morris - singing, guitar, piano. All songs by Elizabeth Morris except Sweetheart which was written by David Tattersall. Sweetheart appears on the Wave Pictures album Susan Rode the Cyclone and the Sweetheart EP. Recorded live by Darren Hayman in Walthamstow on August 27 2013. I don't know how it feels to be old When blue eyes turn red and watery and feet get cold All I know is I miss you when you're away When I can't recall it'll be the same.
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The Wave Pictures are an English rock band consisting of David Tattersall (vocals and guitar), Franic Rozycki (bass guitar) and Jonny Helm (drums). The band has its origins in a group called Blind Summit, which David and Franic formed with Hugh Noble in Wymeswold, near Loughborough in Leicestershire, in 1998. The band changed its name to the Wave Pictures and Hugh was eventually permanently replaced by Jonny Helm. They recorded and self-released a string of albums before settling in London.
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Darren Hayman 12 Astronauts (Wiaiwya). BRITISH singer-songwriter Darren Hayman’s 18th studio album is released on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landings. 12 men have walked on the moon and the ex-Hefner frontman has written a song for each of them, from Neil Armstrong to Gene Cernan. Always good on the minutiae of life, Hayman writes about Buzz Aldrin’s marital problems - Joan I’m sorry, I had a woman on the side/Oh, I cheated and I lied ) - and David Scott missing his Awol bodyguard
Darren Hayman: It was me giving up and throwing a tantrum really. I’m sitting on three or four albums waiting to be released now. The music industry is slow and sloth-like and nobody makes any money. The people who know how I work were easier, because they know I’m a stupid arsehole. I like recording people when they’re tuning up or scratching their bum. I’m not sure the guitarists in the Hillfields and Tigercats want to work with me again. Then again, some people I worked with were total strangers on the internet and that worked beautifully. Everybody made it better though. OMH: Considering the amount of time you’ve spent with The Wave Pictures, was it as easy to produce Beer In The Breakers as it might appear on paper? Or, despite the working relationship that you and them have had did it still represent a challenge? DH: They asked several times and I said no.
Hayman stated afterwards that he "spunked his career up the wall spectacularly" by following Hefner with the electronic The French. Hayman released The Green and the Grey, an album featuring additional tracks from the Essex Arms sessions and produced the album Beer in the Breakers for The Wave Pictures. Still in 2011, Hayman's next solo album, The Ship's Piano, was released, an album recorded on a 1933 fold-away piano, the type of piano found "crammed into the corners of seafaring parlours".