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Spaceships Over Glasgow - Stuart Braithwaite | Special Edition With Signed A3 Digital Print

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PREORDER FOR RELEASE ON SEPTEMBER 29th 2022*
 * Any order that includes a pre-order item will not ship until all items are available. 

This Special Edition comes with:
  • Signed copy in slipcase, with exclusive colourway
  • Bonus Hardback Folio Photographic Evidence, featuring unseen photographs from throughout the band's career

With this bundle, you'll also receive a signed fold out A3 digital print.

Born the son of Scotland’s last telescope-maker, Stuart Braithwaite was perhaps always destined for a life of psychedelic adventuring on the furthest frontiers of noise in MOGWAI, one of the best loved and most groundbreaking psychedelic rock bands of the past three decades.

Modestly delinquent at school, Stuart developed an early appetite for ‘alternative’ music in what might arguably be described as its halcyon days, the late 80s. Discovering bands like Sonic Youth, My Bloody Valentine, and Jesus and Mary Chain, and attending seminal gigs (often incongruously incognito as a young girl with long hair to compensate for his babyface features) by The Cure and Nirvana, Stuart compensated for his indifference to school work with a dedication to rock and roll … and of course the fledgling hedonism that comes with it.

Following the initial outing in the unfortunately (and provocatively named), Pregnant Nun, Stuart – alongside teenage friends Dominic Aitchison and Martin Bulloch - launched a new band MOGWAI in 1995 and made their debut with a first single ‘Tuner/Lower’ a year later. Championed by the legendary John Peel, and making a name for themselves for tinnitus-inducing live shows, MOGWAI’S subsequent single ‘Summer’ is named Single of the Week in NME. Their first album, Mogwai Young Team, follows to significant critical acclaim.

Spaceships Over Glasgow is a lovesong to live rock and roll; to the passionate abandon we’ve all felt in the crowd (and some of us, if lucky enough, from the stage) at a truly incendiary rock and roll show. It is also the story of a life lived on the edge; of the high-times and hazardous pit-stops of international touring with a band of misfits and miscreants.