Inca babies to release new album and tour







Reformed eighties band the Inca Babies are to releases a new album ‘The Stereo Plan’ on their own Black Lagoon label.

It’s the third album in their ‘Death Blues Trilogy’ of album’s released since they reformed a few years ago.

To celebrate they play a live gig at Manchester’s Ruby Lounge on Saturday Sept 26th


More info from their website




They say


‘Having plotted the difficult days following original bass player Bill Marten’s death, and then fnding their feet again over the previous LPs, the new album is a riotous splash of rifs and larger-than- life characters.

Singer and guitarist Harry Staford describes the new songs as, “surf punk and trash blues sharing space with death rock grunge and end of the world ballads.” It’s clear his ambition still matches his ability to perform songs that are part tall tale, part arch humour – and all pounding, deathrock punk-blues.

Explaining The Stereo Plan, which opens this album, Harry says: “It’s a driving, relentless rif, with a lyrical ‘to do list’ of a desperate man living his last days through his scratched vinyl record collection.”



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