Saint Max and the Fanatics - EP

by Saint Max and the Fanatics

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This is the debut 5 track EP from "Saint Max" with his ill-famed band of miscreants "The Fanatics". Featuring 5 original offbeat pop songs, courtesy of the good Saint himself... As played by Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 Music.

"...frighteningly good... one of 2012's stand out releases" - Kowalskiy

"a must-listen" - Peenko

"a marvellous raggle-taggle noise" - Incendiary Mag

"...something you definitely want to stick on if you fancy a dance" - The Scotsman

"...what Morrissey would sound like after a credit card's worth of speed... 4/5" - Bluesbunny Music Review

"a joyfully emotive and direct burst of energetic Indie with a well developed pop sensibility" - Musos Guide

"one to watch...captivating and entertaining." - When you motor away

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released 22 June 2012
All songs written by Saint Max

Vocals: Saint Max
Guitars: Muir Steele, Saint Max
Brass: Eliot Waterhouse, Fraser Gibson, Ewan McCall, Scott Murphy
Drums: Scott Duff
Bass: Muir Steele, Saint Max
Keys: Saint Max

Recorded at Green Door Studio, Glasgow

Engineered and Recorded by Emily MacLaren and Stuart Evans

Mastered by Sam Smith

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