Eric Clayton And The Nine

It’s official… the entire run of our independent, self-manufactured physical release of ‘A Thousand Scars’ is sold out!

When we started this, we had no idea what to expect in terms of salesnumbers. We took a huge gamble and couldn’t be happier it worked out so beautifully. We thank each and every one of you who bought the vinyl and/or cd for your tremendous support!

On the flipside: we are very much aware that there still is demand for physical copies. Producing another run and selling them ourselves would require another huge investment of time, energy and money, and truth be told: due to the ongoing insecure times we are all going though at the moment, which also makes it near impossible for us to go out there and play, makes it all pretty complicated.

We are very much open to possibly signing this album to a label for a second run. But for now there is nothing concrete on the table yet.
In the meantime: our downloadpackage will remain available. For all you audiophiles out there: that package includes MP3’s, regular WAV and High Res audio files, exclusive to our webshop.

One last handfull of, initially personal, cd copies of ‘A Thousand Scars’ will be available exclusively at our Brainstorm show on November 6.
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A Thousand Scars‘ contains 15 new tracks (79 minutes), and is available as digital download, CD and vinyl.

Story / narrative and lyrics by Eric Clayton
Music by Eric Clayton, Jeff Clayton, Adam Pederson, Ludo Caanen and Twan Bakker
Songs performed by The Nine
Produced by Eric Clayton and Devon Graves

The Space Between Us – The first song taken from the upcoming album ‘A Thousand Scars’.

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Eric Clayton and the Nine (photo by Harry Heuts)
Eric Clayton and the Nine (photo by Harry Heuts)