THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Everything is the same except for the name says Lawrence – a new name for a new time. A new band too. A better-equipped model for today’s hazardous roadways. After taking a step on the journey to January (Relative Poverty 10”, BFI Film, gigs), Mozart Estate release their huge new album Pop-Up! Ker- Ching! And The Possibilities Of Modern Shopping. Wow that’s some title – and it rhymes!
On these 16 tracks, Lawrence (formerly of Felt and Denim, among others) has moved away from the idea of Mozart Estate as a B-side band and has created a full- blown full-length pop masterpiece. There’s Relative Poverty and Record Store Day, already well-known and established, while new tunes I’m Gonna Wiggle, I Wanna Murder You, Vanilla Gorilla and Doin’ The Brickwall Crawl will soon be just as popular with fans of all ages.
This compelling relevant collection resonates with potent ammunition, firing straight into the heart of the new year. And there will be plenty of chances to see the band live as they are touring for the next 12 months. From winter shows to summer festivals and European club dates, to various arena supports around the country.”