This Day Will Never Happen Again
London Psychedelic-Pop band The Chemistry Set have quite a history. Veterans of the late 80s neo-psychedelic boom, their music received regular airplay on John Peel's show (Peel went so far as to sending the band a hand-written fan letter), featured in the mainstream and underground music press, indie top 20 and toured worldwide. The band appeared on the late, legendary Tony Wilson's television show, who was a huge fan of the band. They took a bit of a hiatus, remaining silent ... until Paul Lake and Dave McLean remarkably reappeared in 2008. Their return came about when their unreleased LP from 1989 'Sounds Like Painting' was uploaded onto various blogs and was downloaded over 10,000 times! In 2009 Lake and McLean (along with a little help from some musical friends) returned to the laboratory and recorded the mini album 'Alchemy#101' in a studio on an island in the middle of the River Thames, using vintage instruments but recorded it to 'pro-tools' to get a great mix of vintage and modern sounds. It was then lovingly mixed and produced over 3 months by the Spanish indie producer Manel Ibáñez. We are now proud to bring you the band newest full lengt album: 'This Day Will Never Happen Again'.