Listen to ‘Wasted Days’, the new single by Kev Sherry & Low Fruit

Wasted Days Video on YouTube

“Exciting, creative shapeshifting.”
BBC Radio Scotland

“A radical charge of allegorical enchantment, ‘Wasted Days’ takes a formula of 90’s indie-rock era pop singularity, and simmers it to higher graft of shine.”

“An indie-pop delight from start to finish, with poignant lyricism included to make you think.” – UK Artist of the Week, The Vinyl District

Kev has recently recorded his debut solo album with producer Paul Savage (The Delgados, Franz Ferdinand, Mogwai, Arab Strap).

The album, Foxy Orthodoxy, is influenced by early 90s alt rock and inspired by acts like by Courtney Barnett, Alvvays, The Lemonheads, Dinosaur Jnr and Built To Spill. With an an acoustic guitar borrowed from Tracyanne Campbell (Camera Obscura/Tracyanne & Danny) and a bass borrowed from Teenage Fanclub’s Francis MacDonald, the album was recorded in 2019 and is part of a shared universe tryptic alongside the critically acclaimed comic Warpaint and Kev’s novel Here Be Apples (which will be bundled with the album as a free digital download.)

Foxy Orthodoxy is a document of our times, exploring themes prevalent in Kev’s journalism – anarchism, feminism, gender politics, the ideological culture wars, the cult of personality and the hypocrisy of the human heart.