The Dregs Of My Drug Hell out now!
You wait years for a new My Drug Hell album and two come along at once. The Dregs Of My Drug Hell is a collection of 9 alternate and unreleased out-takes from their first album This Is My Drug Hell including tracks that would end up on MDH2 and the recently released Good Times Are All Gone albums. It’s available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, Tidal and all the main outlets. There is no vinyl release at present, but interested labels are invited to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the official MDH Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/mydrughell/.
The Good Times Are All Gone LP out now!
My Drug Hell’s third album – The Good Times Are All Gone is also now available on all main outlets (see above.)
New Line Up
Earlier this year both Seb Kellig and David Preston announced their departure from MDH to concentrate on other projects. Tim has now put together a completely new line-up featuring Harry Stam (also of The Pacers) on bass and Steve Jones on drums.
A new page has also been added to this site entitled Timstuff where you can view other solo projects including his 2006 play ‘How To Pick Up Girls’ a couple of podcasts, some animations and a trailer for a short documentary on recording his translation of Jacques Brel’s Next/Au Suivant and a new song about the current situation entitled Coronavirus Blues (Pasta and Beans.)
For obvious reasons MDH are not playing live at this time. Agents, promoters etc wishing to book the band after the current situation resolves are invited to get in contact via email email@example.com or through the MDH Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/mydrughell/. In the meantime here are some photos from their recent debut gig at Mau Mau Bar on Portobello Road with shiny new drummer Steve Jones.
And here are some photos from other recent gigs including Star Shaped Festival at the Brixton Academy. (pics by and thanks to Mati White and Herman Pawellek.)
And some memories from 2017.
Link to a recent interview with Tim for the Britpop Revival Show (around 55 minutes in.)
BBC 6 Music
And a heads up to Steve Lamacq who will be DJ-ing at Shiiine On and recently gave MDH a spin.