Odd-pop guru delivers a deliriously inventive gem...
Ed Dowie (Credit: Beth Chalmers)

Ed Dowie has been many things in life: a church organist as a child, he studied music on both sides of the Atlantic before joining puppetry/animation/film company The Paper Cinema.

He is perhaps best remembered, though, for being a member of Brothers In Sound - Brighton's dubbed out psychedelic crew who earned no small degree of acclaim around the Millennium.

Debut solo album 'The Uncle Sold' arrives on January 27th, with Ed Dowie set to play a live set at Lost Map's all-dayer in London's Strongroom venue on January 29th.

New cut 'May For A Dead Queen' leads the way. Lush and mysterious, there's a visual quality to the music that can only be half-explained by psychedelia.

Clash is able to premiere the video, and those drifting, ever-evolving visuals are the perfect compliment to Ed Dowie's billowing creativity.

Tune in now.

Ed Dowie will release new album 'The Uncle Sold' on January 27th.

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