Warp to release the first full length from Broadcast member James Cargill’s new project
Children Of Alice will release their first album on Warp in February. Fronted by Broadcast's James Cargill, the group formed in 2013 as a tribute to Cargill's partner and fellow Broadcast member Trish Keenan, who cited Alice In Wonderland – in particular Jonathan Miller’s 1960s adaptation – as an inspiration.
As well as Cargill. the trio consists of former Broadcast keyboards player Roj Stevens and Julian House, co-founder of Ghost Box Records. Their debut follows “Harbinger Of Spring”, the Children Of Alice side of a 2013 split cassette shared with Mary Arches called Ornithology, the fifth volume in the Devon Folklore Tapes series released by Folklore Tapes.
That track is included on Children Of Alice’s self-titled album, which brings together their entire recorded output to date. Its release date is 24 February.