Release Day Tomorrow

In case you live under a rock, and are not a lizard person(I have nothing against lizard people; I think they govern the world in a fair and just manner)tomorrow will see the release of the finest Spandau Synthpop album in the history of Spandau Synthpop, ‘We Are Sorry’ by the band I am so deeply honoured to be a member of, #Yu.  Which is us.  The band.

To entice you further and to ensure you buy the album I have a few things to share.  First I will offer you the following preview of the album

‘We Are Sorry’ – Album Preview

‘We Are Sorry’ contains 10 songs and 4 bonus tracks.  The songs contain words and music.  Some of the words are Polish words. And some of the words are English words.  There is almost no silence whatsoever.  The album may or may not contain a significant amount of Synthpop of the Spandau variety.  You are welcome.  But ‘We Are Sorry’.

To further convince you that you should buy our album I must tell you that if you don’t you will probably be sad forever and die alone.  Alternatively I will tell you an anecdote.

The most tiring thing about being part of a Spandau Synthpop sensation is the amount of press you have to do to promote the album.  Here is a short video of me talking about the exciting moment I was offered the opportunity to join #Yu recorded exclusively for the Japanese market –

Don’t forget to order ‘We Are Sorry’ tomorrow!!!




Rock Down To Electric Avenue

It’s great to finally be able to announce that ‘Existence Is Futile’ is now available as an Ebook.  Initially it is available on all Amazon channels including and aswell as  In the coming weeks it should also become turn up on Barnes & Noble and iTunes.  As soon as I get any news on those fronts I will let you know.

The Ebooks were the last items on my checklist, with their completion it means that I can finally start focusing on other things.  I feel a combination of relief and fear.  Relief that I have finally finished my to do list and fear that ‘Existence Is Futile’ is finally out of my hands.  I wonder if this is what it feels like to leave your child at the school gates on their first day?

I had  another peculiar discovery recently.  My book is available in Japan via  It’s certainly the record for the furthest from me.  I doubt I will sell a copy there but it amuses me to imagine that somewhere in Tokyo there is someone reading ‘Existence Is Futile’ in a sushi bar and that maybe I will somehow convince them that ninjas exist.  Now that would be something to be proud of.