King Creosote was one of the original artists to contribute a t-shirt design for the Yellow Bird Project charity initiative, back in 2006 Anderson founded Fence Records alongside Johnny Lynch, but stepped back from day-to-day running of the label in 2010. In 2014, Anderson created the soundtrack for a film about Scotland for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
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The album was predominately an acoustic release, with appearances from frequent collaborator Alan "Gummi Bako" Stewart and Rich Young. In December 2010, Creosote and his band entered Chem 19 studios with producer Paul Savage to record a full-band version of the album
That Might Well Be It, Darling is a studio album by Scottish indie folk musician King Creosote, released on April 21, 2013 on Domino Records. To Deal With Things is an EP by Scottish indie folk musician King Creosote, released on August 27, 2012 on Domino Records. Produced by Paul Savage, the EP features full band re-recordings of three tracks from Creosote's vinyl-only album, That Might Be It, Darling (2010). The EP's title is taken from the track, "Ankle Shackles".
Following Creosote's performance-only album, My Nth Bit of Strange in Umpteen Years, Anderson stated that Fence Records would refrain from releasing digital download albums; "I have a bad feeling about – it’s something I don’t feel comfortable with. I am retiring from anything online, and digital music entirely.