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Do Yourself In

Batteries 'Batteries'

£16.99

Do Yourself In

Batteries 'Batteries'

£16.99


Order the CD now and get a free Download of the song 'Batteries'

Order The Vinyl version now and get a download of the full album.

Batteries is the self-titled debut solo album by Steven Clark (professionally known as Sci-Fi Steven) from Glasgow's Punk/Disco legends bis.

An exercise in short, sharp new-wave snappiness, Steven has ramped up the guitars and latent aggression to create a new sound which has already been compared to Devo playing Queens of The Stone Age or vice-versa.

Nagging melodies abound with some darker twists and a cynical sense of positivity informs the lyrics.

There's plenty of pop hooks for the bis faithful, but Batteries is an angrier beast. Contains anthemic lead track "Batteries" and the viciously wonky pop of "Human Requirements”.

Batteries - “Batteries”
Side A:

1. Batteries
2. Flashbacks
3. Human Requirements
4. Suicide Everything
5. Rumour Vs. Lie
6. Wah! Kinder

Side B:

7. Stuck In The Arteries
8. Cannibals
9. Straight To Video
10. London
11. Anorexia Poster Girls
12. Destroy My Machines


“Batteries” - CD:

1. Batteries
2. Flashbacks
3. Human Requirements
4. Suicide Everything
5. Rumour Vs. Lie
6. Wah! Kinder
7. Stuck In The Arteries
8. Cannibals
9. Straight To Video
10. London
11. Anorexia Poster Girls
12. Destroy My Machines