Music

Album Cover
One Lie at a Time / The God of Gaps
The Galileo 7
THS—018
Released: Mar 16, 2015
Label: State Records
Track Listing
1 One Lie at a Time (clip)
2 The God of Gaps (clip)

Liner Notes

**Pre-order—release date 16th March 2015**

THE GALILEO 7
"One Lie At A Time" b/w "The God Of Gaps"
(State Records THS—018)
Brand new limited edition vinyl 7" from the UK's #1 pop-psych exponents, The Galileo 7, recorded in glorious mono. If you like your pop a little bendy with plenty of sack, look no further!
Only 500 copies pressed, with uber-hip push-out centre, in simply wonderful picture sleeve—State's first since 2012's Suzi Chunk single!
As an added bonus, the 1st 250 copies will include a 3-track CD featuring both sides of the vinyl, and AN EXCLUSIVE TRACK unavailable anywhere else!!
The CD copies will ONLY be available direct from the band or label - the mailorders and distros WON'T be getting these, so you know where to buy buy buy!!!
PLEASE NOTE: this is a pre-order listing, with scheduled release date of 16th March 2015. NO COPIES will be shipped prior to that date.

Reviews

highly polished yet full-throttle
Record Collector
If you're going to do moddy-psychy-freakbeatin-fruggin'-oh-nice-bellbottoms pop in 2015, it outghta sound like this [Read More...]
Hooky guitar lines...superb organ playing...equally inventive vocal melodies and harmonies.
Harmonic Distortion
It's easy to see why Allan Crockford's previous band The Prisoners were such an influence on The Charlatans and The Stone Roses. Fans of those bands frustrated at the lack of new material should do themselves a favour and get behind a band that actually release records. [Read More...]
Timeless freakbeat psych-pop
I-94 MAGAZINE
The song has an urgent feel in its hyperactive engine room with peerless mono production that gives the bottom end extra punch. [Read More...]
a riot of explosive drumming, stacked harmonies and fuzz guitar/organ interplay
Shindig!
...wouldn't shame 'Black Sea' era XTC... [Read More...]
"a Who-inflected rush of mod energy and a hint of Robyn Hitchcock at his Soft Boys-peak"
Soundblab
"brimming with an infectious vocal over a strident 80s power-pop sheen coupled with an infectious melody that won’t leave your head for hours afterwards." [Read More...]
"..a near perfect Psych-Pop classic.."
Retro Man Blog
There's an undoubtedly English sensibility about Galileo 7, from Syd Barrett and the Beatles "Revolver", "The Who Sell Out" to Blur's "Modern Life Is Rubbish" and I keep getting drawn back to Julian Cope's first two solo albums "World Shut Your Mouth" and "Fried". [Read More...]