The ZebrATP EP

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Written at and inspired by the All Tomorrow's Parties festival 2010-2012, this EP is the first new material to be released by the band since 2010. A departure of sorts from the typical zebracore sound, but the strongest Postcode collection to date.

Dedicated to the memory of Dennis Flemion.

'...the EP does all those wonderful alt-rock things like soar, shine and scorch and in plentiful quantities too...glorious journeys through an atmospheric soundscape....utterly fabulous'
Chris, Trip-TV

'...would have had the late John Peel summoning band to regular shindigs at Peel acres to regale and reduce the attending audiences to swooning wounded affection. A master class in heart heavy despair...'
Mark Barton, God Is In The TV on 'Goodbye Minehead'

'...their best record yet...the most glorious music of its kind I've heard this year...Each song deserves to be appreciated in its own right, considered and, if you will, dissected as the slab of classic indie it unquestionably is...'
Mark Whitby, Dandelion Radio/Unwashed Territories

'...you'll return to an era when guitars were in fashion, and not only by people in Converse and skinny jeans. It's a bit grungy at times, yet manages to avoid sounding dated...the EP does achieve its goal in some style. There's not really anything here worth reaching for the skip button for...'
Kev, The Sound Of Confusion

credits

released March 3, 2013

Written and performed by Postcode. Electric piano on Fairy Hill by Phil Reynolds.
Produced by Mikie Daugherty except Fairy Hill produced by Phil Reynolds and Mikie Daugherty.
Recorded at Small Bear House December 2012 and January 2013 except Fairy Hill recorded April 2012.
Mastered by Phil Reynolds February 2013.
Green Dunlop plectrum courtesy of Jason Loewenstein.

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