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From Thursday 12 May 2016

Permanent Record stream new album in full

Permanent Record, the new solo project by Dave House of Pacer and Dave House, is streaming his debut-of-sorts full-length, ‘Everyone Is Happy Now’. β€œIt’s been 7 years since my last solo album and so much has changed for me, both personally and musically,” House told us when announcing the

Friday 22 April 2016

Permanent Record reveal new track, ‘Airport 5AM’

Continuing the steady trickle of beautiful music emerging from the Permanent Record camp, the almost-instrumental ‘Airport 5AM’ joins ‘I Can’t Believe You’re A Fireman‘ and ‘The Vision‘, all of which will appear on ‘Everyone Is Happy Now’. “It’s been 7 years since my last solo album

Thursday 14 April 2016

Permanent Record reveals new track, ‘I Can’t Believe You’re A Fireman’

Last week we announced the return of singer-songwriter and punk guitarist Dave House under the name Permanent Record. Following on from ‘The Vision’, House is now streaming his new track, ‘I Can’t Believe You’re A Fireman’. It will appear on his forthcoming ‘Everyone Is Happy Now’ LP,

Thursday 07 April 2016

Dave House becomes Permanent Record and streams ‘The Vision’

Dave House last released a solo record back in 2009. Since ‘Intersections’, a title that would be absorbed by Into It. Over It. four years later, he’s been playing as the guitarist for punk outfit Pacer resulting in the release of three full-lengths, most recently 2012’s ‘Mechanical’. Having taken