Murderbilly, Gothic Country. Americana Noir. Just three of the terms sort of useful in sort of describing the music of Mr Plow
Mr Plow (the man) is (in equal measure) tall, surprisingly cheerful, stylishly shirted and impressively quiffed. Mr Plow (the band) first released an EP ('Four Murder Ballads') on Pink Box Records (2008), and recorded a live session for Mark Lamarr on BBC Radio 2. Debut album, 'The Book of Common Despair' was released by Pink Box Records in August 2009 to pre-tty pre-tty pre-tty good reviews, copious radio play, and many hours traipsing up and down the country to promote it. Both The Guardian and The Sunday Times consider Mr Plow to be 'cultural'. You're impressed, we can tell ..
Mr Plow's second album 'Joyful In Song Are We' was released in July 2011, again on Pink Box Records. It was reviewed very nicely by many nice people. The band played some very nice gigs in support of the release. Everybody had a nice time
The Mr Plow band is currently made up of - Mr Plow (vocals/guitar), Sgt. Thorley (bass/vocals) and The Crusher (drums). They've started working on a new album (as of early 2013), but they don't like to rush things, so best not to get too excited, ok?