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Official vinyl LP pressing in gatefold tip-on jacket including eight page booklet and digital download with two bonus tracks. Camberwell, in South London, pops up infrequently in pop culture. Perhaps you know it from the Camberwell Carrot, the heroically sized joint smoked in cult movie Withnail & I, or perhaps - if you're attuned to experimental music you know of Camberwell Now. The group formed from the ashes of This Heat, the art-noise group. Not so much a supersession as a continuation of that group, Camberwell Now featured This Heat's vocalist / drummer Charles Hayward, who assembled an unusual line-up comprising Stephen Rickard, a former BBC sound engineer, on field recordings and tape manipulation and Trefor Goronwy on bass, vocals and ukulele. "We had a very specific set of skills, says Hayward, "and it wasn't immediately clear to us how best to bring them together so that we could play live."