After another recent move, I've finally set up the studio again. The environment is even better than before, and I can't wait to start recording! The next project is going to be a few cover versions of some of my favorite Pet Shop Boys songs, and I hope to release it this winter. After that, I'll record another song for the Christmas EP, and then start work on a new Haberdashery album.
An electropop adaptation of "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe was released on April 17th. To commemorate the 167th anniversary of the poem's first publication in 1845, a limited edition of 167 hand numbered CDs were made for the release. The video for "The Raven" is set against a backdrop of the original illustrations for the poem by Gustave Doré.
The limited edition set of 167 CDs is presented in a black digipak bearing the shadowy silhouette of the raven. Each case is individually hand numbered and monogrammed with a wax seal. The insert features the EP's cover art and a reprinting of the last verse of the poem in Poe's own handwriting. The CD includes all three tracks from the release.
All ten singles from "Tonight The Angels" were made available for a limited time on CD in a custom handmade wooden box set. The box is wrapped in leather-look vinyl and stenciled in gold to evoke the antique book theme of the 2011 Haberdashery releases. Each CD is presented in a hand silk screened wallet made of recycled materials, and includes an insert with the lyrics and track listings. This limited edition set includes all 96 tracks from the "Tonight The Angels" releases, and each of the 20 boxes were hand numbered.
The box set comes in a custom Haberdashery tote bag made of unbleached cotton, and includes other collectibles such as a 2012 calendar, a set of postcards and a set of magnets.
No longer available.
Handmade wooden box created by Matt D'Anca. Henna designs by La Pham Nikita. Remixed by Bionica, Conversation, Cosmicity, Destination, Diskodiktator, !distain, Eloquent, Empire State Human, Hyperbubble, kikai, Lost Robot, Madsen, markymix, Aaron Eitan Meyer, Michael Crain, mOOger, Optic, People Theatre, Royal Visionaries, Spacebuoy, Studio Nicky, and Vista. Typing by Mark Towns.