The Murder Barn – ‘Gotta Good Man’ EP Out Now

November 11, 2012

For Fans of… PJ Harvey, The Bad Seeds, Anna Calvi
The Murder Barn release their debut EP, Gotta Good Man, today.

The video for the EP track ‘Gotta Good Man’ has already been feature on NME,, Artrocker and The Quietus. The Murder Barn’s Matt also recently chatted to Q Magazine about his experiences playing at the Olympics closing ceremony with Beady Eye plus the band have also been praised by Classic Rock, Emerald Street, Shout4Music and Gold Flake Paint.

The video for ‘Gotta Good Man’ is available to watch via The Murder Barn’s YouTube channel now..

They also recently released the free MP3 “In Every Sea We Drown”. The track does not feature on the forthcoming EP but you can download it from The Murder Barn’s Bandcamp page

The video for the track is also available to watch via The Murder Barn’s YouTube channel.


Gotta Good Man EP is a cinematic trawl through dusty tracks, scorched corn fields and into dark taverns – taking musical lineage from The Band, Scott Walker, Ennio Morricone, Elton John, Wilco, 16 Horsepower, Black Mountain and The Bad Seeds. The Murder Barn weave mesmerising and bombastic creations, each song telling tall tales. Singer Chesca Dolecka‘s songs bare boned, are laconic, romantic, funny, and horrifying, but are fleshed out into full landscapes by the band. Their epic, filmic arrangements feature laviscious string and horn sections, Ronson-esque guitars and melotrons.

Anglo Polish / Lebanese Sisters Chesca Dolecka and Becca Grover Jones have been making music together since they were children, drawing on a rich family heritage of classical violinists, big band trumpeters, drummers and storytellers. In 2011 they were joined by Matt Jones (Minuteman, Ultrasound, Jamie T and Beady Eye), producer Kevin Feazey (The Fierce and the Dead, The Kills, Lydia Lunch, The Duke Spirit), childhood friend Ryan Wilson and Serbian drummer Velibor Krstic to begin work on The Murder Barn. The band have a fierce work ethic and desire to create their own world, a whirlwind of creativity and excitement, a self contained art house of ideas.

The six members of The Murder Barn have spent a year locked in their studio – a homegrown, home-built, Warhol-esque (also called ‘The Murder Barn’), secretly amassing an arsenal of material, recording an album, singles, artwork and films. All films are created in house by Becca Grover Jones, record sleeves by Chesca Dolecka and additional artwork by members of the band.

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