The GLOBE, Albany Road, Cardiff
Sunday 6th December 2009, 7.30pm – Entry £5
Boyd Clack, star and writer of BBC TV’s ‘High Hopes’ and ‘Satellite City’, debuts his new album. “Welsh Bitter” with his band and guest musicians at 125 Albany Road, Roath, Cardiff.
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Boyd Clack's Welsh Bitter - Album Launch @ The GLOBE
Like H.G. Wells’ Eloi, they march blindly towards the stone temple which houses the human abattoir. They know though that no flesh eating monsters await them there they are going to see a trembling mayfly of a man. They are going to watch him dance on the meniscus of fear that has formed upon the surface of the stagnant lake. ‘The world is dead’ they will cry ‘and this is all that remains.’ They will descend like lemmings. It is a tower of entertainment. It is an atrocity exhibition. It is a tourist attraction for those who stare at disfigurement. It is for the twenty-six year old landscape gardeners and their abusive girlfriends. Come and join them in this time travel romance extravaganza. Bring your plastic ray guns. Bring your cowboy hats. Bring the emerald confetti. Bring the puppets. Kiss your loved ones goodbye.
You are invited.
Come with me and run with me. We will dance like lemmings to the sea. A chorus line of suicides, of those who failed and had to hide. We can compare our flashing lives and maybe little baby we can decide that we don’t know, we are not sure, no we don’t know what we came here for. I can see you down there lying at the bottom of the cliff, on the rocks. I can see your beautiful fur coats and your little faces and your little teeth and you turn to one another and you say ‘hey brother, hey sister what’s going to become of us!?’
P.S. Ignore all of the above.