Here’s some cool information about The Leisure Society. Single & record, songwriter of The Leisure Society, Nick Hemming, stated, “I took a visit to Hastings and I noticed several tall black cabins – these structures are used by local fishermen for drying their nets. Theirs is a small and shrinking industry, but they have a passion for their trade and keep it going, even though it’s not always financially viable. We recorded the album onto analogue tape at Konk studios and mastered it at Abbey Road Studios. We wanted to make the best record we could, so despite the expense we crafted it in this way – not for money, but for the love of making it.”
The song seems to give the fishermen justice in the way that the song is produced how they want, just how the fishermen fish for their passion. The Leisure Society have premiered a video for the single, “Tall Black Cabins”, via Under The Radar (click if you’re looking for more info). “Tall Black Cabins” is the first single off The Fine Art Of Hanging On, due to be released in North American, April 28 on Full Time Hobby – pre-order the album.
The Leisure Society – Tall Black Cabins:
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by lifemusic: @thhulsmans