Album: The North Sea Scrolls, The North Sea Scrolls (Fantastic Plastic)
Sunday 18 November 2012
Kick Andrew Marr aside, and make
way for The North Sea Scrolls.
Luke Haines (Auteurs) and Cathal Coughlan (Microdisney) present an alternate history of the British Isles in song and spoken word. It’s a world-turned-upside- down in which Oswald Mosley is Lord Protector and Jimmy Savile is the demon at the crossroads (this was presumably written before the current scandal). It’s deeply engrossing and rings resoundingly with cultural and historical truth.
Maisie Williams single-handedly rises to the challengeTV
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