New Beach House.
We are excited.
Lanterns on the Lake will be supporting Low on two dates this April.
2nd Apr @ Glee Club, BIRMINGHAM
3rd Apr @ Royal Festival Hall, LONDON
Good news for any Daniel Johnston/Cashier No.9 fans: the two artists will play Empire Music Hall, Belfast on Wednesday 4th April. Tickets are available here. The wonderful Cashier boys will also perform with Daniel as his backing band.
Someone with a pretty good seat filmed Andrew playing ‘Near Death Experience’ at his record release show at The Barbican in London last night.
Our friend Jen Long has written us another sandwich. I had to wait until we had a couple of ‘sensible’ posts in the blog, between Feline Friday and the sandwich; so the blog is not 100% cats and sandwiches. Anyway, without further ado:
JEN LONG’S [WEEKDAY] SANDWICH
I’d like to start by apologising for not posting any sandwiches in a while. Irrelevant issues such as money, jobs, and relationships distracted me and I lost sight of the one important aspect of life – the sandwich. I meant to write about this aaaages ago. It was one of those meals that stay with you forever. I really need to make it again.
My housemates, Jim and Polly got married. They walked down the aisle to Girls track Vomit. How sick is that? Anyway, they had loads of cheese at their wedding and ended up bringing home this massive Brie wheel that needed eating. I helped out with this a lot.
I also looked after their cats while they were away doing that whole marriage thing, so they bought me some fancy beetroot bread to say thank you. This is the post-wedding sandwich I then made.
Beetroot bread, spread, Brie, rocket, and tomato… It was ten out of ten just to look at. God, it tasted so good.