Arthur is the first album from the two brothers Arth & Arth. It's a collection of glorious, dark, uplifting, angry, luscious
and wayward songs in the vein of sixties singer song-writer compositions distorted through a digital lens.
It is best listened to late at night, and as a whole, if you can spend the time.
Preferably on a good set of headphones which can help the listener to cut-off from their
world and connect to the honest emotion of the music. We recommend the Audio Technica ATH-R70x headphones which the band
used for the lion’s share of the production. And it goes without saying as high-fidelity FLAC files purchased from Bandcamp.
The album is named after Arth & Arth’s grandfather who died in their youth.
He served in the Royal Air Force during World War II and later in life suffered from schizophrenia; spending his latter years
in his attic workshop making things. Naming our first album after this creative sedated soul seems an apt tribute.
We all come from somewhere.