THE INDELICATES will not be submitting.
THE INDELICATES recognise no gatekeepers.
THE INDELICATES doubt your qualifications.
THE INDELICATES are not seeking representation.

THE INDELICATES rank art below commerce.

THE INDELICATES do not find your luddism charming.
THE INDELICATES find nothing to remark upon in drinks.
THE INDELICATES are immune to the feminine mystique.
THE INDELICATES shun your attentions.

NEW DIY is not an aesthetic
THE INDELICATES are proudly unsignable.


Find Out how Much I Would Be Willing To Pay For A Scouting For Girls Album…

Written by simonindelicate on May 3, 2012 – 3:46 am -

…and many more interesting things about copyright, music, Gomez, corporate Records and OTHER STUFF by reading this interview with me here: Then come to the Monarch to heckle me in an informed manner: Oh and if you’re voting today, enjoy that, unless you’re in London – in which case do whatever it is [...]

2011: The Year in Review

Written by juliaindelicate on December 31, 2011 – 6:15 pm -

I got the idea to review the year from Dave Hughes, folk singer extraordinaire, whose album you can buy here: January to March 2011 was spent in preparation for the release of our epic and much anticipated concept album David Koresh Superstar, an album about the Waco siege of 1993 and our first major [...]

Out Now on Corporate Records…

Written by simonindelicate on August 12, 2011 – 12:23 am -

Keith Top Of The Pops, raconteur, producer and sometime Indelicates Guitarist has just released his debut album on corporate records and it’s fucking amazing.Featuring pretty much everyone you’ve ever heard of in music who doesn’t suck, Keith and his Minor UK Indie Celebrity All Star Backing Band deliver the debut of the year – buy [...]

Interview on ORGzine

Written by simonindelicate on March 15, 2011 – 4:08 pm -

My quest to render us permanently unsignable continues… If we’d formed the band in 1985 instead of 2005 we might, maybe, possibly have been among the vanishing minority who were ever able to record their music well and distribute it on a large scale and made a bunch of cash too. Much more likely is [...]

Digital Economy Act – The Past and Present State of Things

Written by simonindelicate on January 10, 2011 – 2:42 pm -

You should go read this from the Open Rights Group. It matters.

New Stuff Available!

Written by simonindelicate on November 27, 2010 – 8:11 pm -

Hello you. We have new T-Shirts for sale in the shop, they say: Be Afraid of Your Parents and they look like this: They will be available to buy from us on tour, and are also now up in the General Store: We have also opened a cafepress store, for these here reasons: When [...]

Digital Economy Act (goodish) News

Written by simonindelicate on November 10, 2010 – 9:09 pm - maybe less of a done deal than you might have feared/hoped – let’s all try and remember that this is still a big one (deal) nonetheless.

Splurge #2: Corporate Records Update – Part One of Many…

Written by simonindelicate on October 15, 2010 – 6:49 pm -

Like The Vessel in Auntie Mabel, I’m not even going to try to plug all the things I want to right now, and will be back to draw your attention to more CR goodness over the coming weeks, but for now here are  just some of the sparkly bits of awesome lighting up the [...]

Finance and Other Trivialities: Special Editions???

Written by simonindelicate on August 23, 2010 – 5:29 pm -

Well here’s the thing: It turns out that vinyl is quite expensive. No doubt you knew that already, and we knew it too deep down – but we were still a little bit surprised when the quote came back from the vinyl people and it turned out that, having spent most of the money we [...]

Corporate Records Update – August 2010

Written by simonindelicate on August 20, 2010 – 5:29 pm -

As company directors, Julia and I deserve your goddamned respect goddamnit: so we assume that you will take these recommendations as they are intended – as orders – and immediately go and pay money to own these hot new slices of boss tuneage that have cropped up on Corporate Records recently. Incidentally, if you’re in [...]