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Our latest album “Blackbird” will out on 12th June, 2020. This limited edition release is on orange vinyl in a beautiful gatefold sleeve. As exclusive as it gets! If you have an old-style – or a flashy new – record player you shouldn’t miss this. Even if you don’t have a record player at all, … Läs mer

We’re playing a major concert at Berwaldhallen in Stockholm, on the 14th of November this year together with the Sandviken Symphony Orchestra, Syd Barrett: The Summer of Love. We’re also very pleased to announce that iconic guitarist Janne Schaffer will be guesting.

We’ve remixed, remastered and re-sequenced our Jumpstart album, which was first released in 2013. A number of songs have also been axed, to give the album a tighter feel.  The album can be found on most streaming sites.

Volume 3 in our Blackbird series includes Blackbird Song and ‘Til Tomorrow, both written by the band. Ian Barrett’s linocut has been used once again.

A couple of weeks ago Goeran and Phil did an interview with Colin Peacock at Radio New Zealand for his Labour Day programme. The show told a bit of Syd’s story, played some of his (and our) music and was broadcast on October 23, 2017. Read more and listen to the interview  

Two new songs are out on streaming sites, as Volume 2 in our Blackbird series. Spotify link Both “Who’s Insane Now?” and “The Populist” were written by the band and are in some mysterious way connected. We’ve used the Ian Barrett linocut image and will do so again shortly with our next release.

We have a new single out on streaming sites from 30th March: “May A Man Be Merry” and “Dolly Rocker”. Unlike the live single we released in February, these are new studio recordings. This single is Volume 1 in a series we’ve called “Blackbird”. Spotify link “May A Man Be Merry” was written and recorded by … Läs mer

A new, two-song live single has been unleashed on streaming sites. Long Gone was recorded in October last year at the Cambridge Corn Exchange. We shared the stage with fab guest singer Rachel Barrett and of course the very wonderful Sandviken Symphony Orchestra, led by Tomas Agnas. Olle Ljungström’s Something for the Waiting is an acoustic version, recorded live … Läs mer

We’ll be playing at the Corn Exchange in Cambridge, UK, on 27th October, 2016, together with the Sandviken Symphony Orchestra. The show will include stories, films and photographs and lighting will be by Peter Wynne Wilsson.

Men On The Border will perform a specially written concert together with Sandviken’s Symphony Orchestra later in the year. The concert will take place on 24th of September in Sandviken, at the Kulturcentrum and will be a combination of rock music, symphonic arrangements and storytelling called ‘A Summer of Love’ 1966 was the year that … Läs mer