Super Adventure Club 'Turns Out My Brain Was My Other Brain' Video
Frontman Bruce Wallace said after the emotional Glasgow show: "Well, that's it. F**k off, you've had your lot! I'd just like to say thanks to those who were there for making it so lovely tonight. Thanks to everyone who has supported us at any time. It's been a damn good five-or-so years and I'm glad I spent it making noise with Mandy Clarke and Neil Warrack. Here's to new happenings…"
Warrack tells Prog: "Recording the first album was an explosive and out-of-control experience, and the second seemed like a collection of the work we'd done over a long period of time. This album, in contrast, seemed wholly organic affair. We'd rekindled our love of writing music – we concentrated on having a bit of fun and not worrying about 'where it was all going.'
"All of a sudden we had an album in our hands and it was exactly what we wanted. It sounded like Super Adventure Club, warts and all. It's a completely honest record, despite the fact it may look like complete tomfoolery to the untrained eye." Watch the video here.
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