“I’d Murder To Have You Back” – Single/E.P. (2017)
“I’d Murder To Have You Back” is the first single to be taken from The Penny Black Remedy’s forthcoming new album produced by Boz Boorer, due out Nov 2017.
“Inhale… Exhale… OK, Now You Can Panic!” – Album (2013)
“Inhale… Exhale… OK, Now You Can Panic!” was the second album by The Penny Black Remedy. Released by Soundinistas July 15th 2013.
“The Balkan-tinged folkies offer up a wry, but measured worldview” – DAILY MIRROR
“Stand-out track? All of ‘em – turn it up!” – R2 MAGAZINE
“London-based festival favourites hit cross-cultural sweet spot” – UNCUT MAGAZINE
“You would need a soul made of wood and a heart of soap not to love this album, or the band that made it. If you are in any way predisposed to dancing, joy, or the celebration of life, might I suggest that you acquire this record immediately” – FORTITUDE MAGAZINE
“The twang may have gone but the thrills remain, as do the unfeasibly long song titles, quick fire lyrics and that backbone of a Gypsy beat, now augmented with surf guitar and ska horns” – AMERICANA UK
“No One’s Fault But Your Own” – Album (2009)
“No One’s Fault But Your Own” was the debut album by The Penny Black Remedy. Released by Soundinistas May 18th 2009.
Chris Hawkins (BBC Radio 6 Music) decreed the second single, ‘You Have Wasted Your Life, Now Please Stop Wasting Your Money’, to be his ‘summer anthem (2010)’.
Steve Lamacq (BBC Radio 2) voted ‘Come Back When You Have More Ambition’ as the winner of ‘song title of the week award’ on his show.
Robin Denselow (Guardian F&M Playlist) proclaimed ‘I Won’t Argue When I’m Dead’ as being ‘The finest country sing-a-long I’ve heard on the vexed pop topic of how one’s body should be disposed of after death’.
“This is a terrific riot of a debut from a very talented outfit” – London Tour Dates
“No One’s Fault But Your Own is a storming debut album.” – Rob Barker / Noize Makes Enemies
“Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant album.” – DC / The Waiting Room
“Six seconds: six seconds was all it needed for me to know that The Penny Black Remedy had not only captured their live sound but, with the addition of horns on 95 Charing Cross Road, they had enhanced it…” – John Hawes / Fatea Records Magazine
“The Penny Black Remedy could well be one of London’s best kept secrets … but not for much longer.” – Imelda Michalczyk / Clink Magazine
“Up To My Neck In A Hex” – Single/E.P. (2013)