News and other things

So… Our website has not been functional for about 10 months now. That was fine while we had nothing to report. But work has now begun on a new set of recordings that will probably become our second album!

We can’t say too much just yet, but we’ve been working on lots of new demos and we have a few brilliant special guests that have confirmed they will be working with us to add some sparkle!

We’ll bring you updates soon! :)


Grundy and Simon

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Grundy remixes Graham Coxon’s new single for The 405. Check it:

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The spanking gorgeous people of Geek Pop have dug up the ridonkulous version of ‘Biology’ we did a while ago for their Geek Pop Sessions. Simon shares a few humble thoughts on it, with the benefit of hindsight.

You can read more here:

http://geekpop.podbean.com/2012/03/01/geek-pop-sessions-biology-by-the-woe-betides/

Taken by our good chum Jo Whitby at our album launch last year. What a cracker.

Taken by our good chum Jo Whitby at our album launch last year. What a cracker.

No more Sexlife

It is with regret that we announce the departure of our drummer Colonel Sexlife with immediate effect. The Woe Betides are still very much alive and Simon and I are looking forward to the future. 

Love love,

Grundy.

Big-up to the Brainlove bubble-blower in the back.
There are more on this guy’s Flickr.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/sonny6/sets/72157624063826735/with/4663742870/

Big-up to the Brainlove bubble-blower in the back.

There are more on this guy’s Flickr.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sonny6/sets/72157624063826735/with/4663742870/

Old school Woebie classic given the visual treatment from the most talented Corentine Jacob.

The Road to the Cemetery (via CBGBdreamer)

iwdrm:

“Next subject: Kowalski, Leon.”
Blade Runner (1982)

iwdrm:

“Next subject: Kowalski, Leon.”

Blade Runner (1982)

When I was a kid I wanted to build this room in my house. The practical concerns of every day life have prevented me from ever doing so, so I built it in my head instead.