Yours Probably

Motorcycle Display Team

The highly acclaimed and hugely popular second album from Motorcycle Display Team 'Yours Probably' is now on vinyl. This album entered the Irish iTunes chart at no. 7 and is gaining lots of new fans for the band. The sound is classic MDT but ramped up. The singles 'Oh Country, My Country', 'Erosion' and 'A Lady Never Tells' have had airplay in UK, Ireland and Italy.

The highly acclaimed and hugely popular second album from Motorcycle Display Team 'Yours Probably' is now on vinyl. This album entered the Irish iTunes chart at no. 7 and is gaining lots of new fans for the band. The sound is classic MDT but ramped up. The singles 'Oh Country, My Country', 'Erosion' and 'A Lady Never Tells' have had airplay in UK, Ireland and Italy.

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GenreRock
Crowdfunding
£ 10.50
Finished
31/100
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Format
12” Black vinyl (33 rpm)

Caution: Vinyl mockups and specs may differ from the final product. Qrates is not responsible if the final product does not match expectations.
Digital download bonus
You can download digital version of tracks after vinyl purchased.
Crowdfunding project
This funding project accepts orders during its project period and you will be charged once the project succeeds. The project period may be shortened or extended depending on the situation.
Project duration
May 31 2018 ~ Aug 29 2018 00:00 UTC
Estimated shipping date
Records are shipped typically 2-3 months from the project’s end date once after the project has successfully ended.
* Please note that the schedule is subject to change depending on any schedule changes at the pressing plant and the artist’s ability to submit production assets.
Shipping
From London/UK to United States

With tracking : £ 14.99~+ £ 1.90 per each additional copies

Without tracking : £ 6.99~+ £ 2.20 per each additional copies

Tracks

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ASide

1.
Ice Age
Motorcycle Display Team
07:06
2.
Resistance Is Fertile
Motorcycle Display Team
03:18
3.
Indelible Ink
Motorcycle Display Team
03:36
4.
Erosion
Motorcycle Display Team
03:16
5.
Brace Brace
Motorcycle Display Team
03:41

BSide

1.
Oh Country, My Country
Motorcycle Display Team
03:39
2.
A Lady Never Tells
Motorcycle Display Team
03:53
3.
Testing Testing
Motorcycle Display Team
03:40
4.
Ruby Slippers
Motorcycle Display Team
04:39
5.
Yours Probably
Motorcycle Display Team
08:37
Crowdfunding
£ 10.50
Finished
31/100
Back now
Format
12” Black vinyl (33 rpm)

Caution: Vinyl mockups and specs may differ from the final product. Qrates is not responsible if the final product does not match expectations.
Digital download bonus
You can download digital version of tracks after vinyl purchased.
Crowdfunding project
This funding project accepts orders during its project period and you will be charged once the project succeeds. The project period may be shortened or extended depending on the situation.
Project duration
May 31 2018 ~ Aug 29 2018 00:00 UTC
Estimated shipping date
Records are shipped typically 2-3 months from the project’s end date once after the project has successfully ended.
* Please note that the schedule is subject to change depending on any schedule changes at the pressing plant and the artist’s ability to submit production assets.
Shipping
From London/UK to United States

With tracking : £ 14.99~+ £ 1.90 per each additional copies

Without tracking : £ 6.99~+ £ 2.20 per each additional copies

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Motorcycle Display Team released new album ‘Yours Probably’ on Friday 13th April. The sound of this album is classic MDT but ramped up to a much more exciting level. The mood is as slick and subtle as ever, while they continue with the darker tones displayed on their previous release ‘Letters of Last Resort’.
For a period, it looked like this album was doomed. In January 2016, just as the band had started to gain traction as a reckonable act from the tour supporting their previous record, plans were being made for this release. Then original bassist Matt dropped the bombshell that he was leaving the UK to live in Bulgaria, in turn leaving MDT. Drew Thompson took up bass duties for six months but the commitment needed to contribute to MDT proved too much and he amicably stepped down. With crucial gigs booked, MDT needed someone to step in fast. Jim Chapman, an old friend of the band, was asked to step in for the upcoming shows. After a couple of jams, it was clear that Jim was the perfect fit for the role of permanent MDT bassist.
With Jim in tow, the band set to finish writing for the album, giving themselves strict deadlines. They found this hugely effective and work flowed easily with lots of concepts coming from all members. Production would again be handled by Cesar Gimeno Lavin.
The themes on ‘Yours Probably’ include creationism, broken relationships, automation, the Murdoch press, parenthood, identity, Brexit, and the legacy of Margaret Thatcher. Steve’s lyrics - by turns ironic, outraged and bereft - question our quiet acceptance of the hypocrisy and injustice we see around us, as well as the silent battle of uncertainty

Motorcycle Display Team released new album ‘Yours Probably’ on Friday 13th April. The sound of this album is classic MDT but ramped up to a much more exciting level. The mood is as slick and subtle as ever, while they continue with the darker tones displayed on their previous release ‘Letters of Last Resort’.
For a period, it looked like this album was doomed. In January 2016, just as the band had started to gain traction as a reckonable act from the tour supporting their previous record, plans were being made for this release. Then original bassist Matt dropped the bombshell that he was leaving the UK to live in Bulgaria, in turn leaving MDT. Drew Thompson took up bass duties for six months but the commitment needed to contribute to MDT proved too much and he amicably stepped down. With crucial gigs booked, MDT needed someone to step in fast. Jim Chapman, an old friend of the band, was asked to step in for the upcoming shows. After a couple of jams, it was clear that Jim was the perfect fit for the role of permanent MDT bassist.
With Jim in tow, the band set to finish writing for the album, giving themselves strict deadlines. They found this hugely effective and work flowed easily with lots of concepts coming from all members. Production would again be handled by Cesar Gimeno Lavin.
The themes on ‘Yours Probably’ include creationism, broken relationships, automation, the Murdoch press, parenthood, identity, Brexit, and the legacy of Margaret Thatcher. Steve’s lyrics - by turns ironic, outraged and bereft - question our quiet acceptance of the hypocrisy and injustice we see around us, as well as the silent battle of uncertainty

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