Album artwork for Rules Of Love and War by Trampolene

Rules of Love and War features 12 new Trampolene original songs and was produced by Mike Moore (Baxter Dury / Liam Gallagher), Richard Jackson (Super Furry Animals) and Jason Stafford (Albion Rooms). Says singer and lead Tramp Jack Jones: "I can't believe we've managed to stay together long enough to make 4 albums. That's the miracle. Having been friends since school. That's what means the most to me now. We wanted the album to have a psychedelic, cinematic feel to it with grandiose layers, brass, strings and distorted guitars. I'm delighted with how it's turned out. We got the title from 'Down & Out In Paris & London' (George Orwell). It's felt like we've been living in an Orwellian world recently."

Trampolene

Rules Of Love and War

Strap Originals
Album artwork for Rules Of Love and War by Trampolene
LP

£22.99

Black
Released 17/03/2023Catalogue Number

SOLP006

Album artwork for Rules Of Love and War by Trampolene
LP +

£23.99

Red
Released 17/03/2023Catalogue Number

SOLP006R

Album artwork for Rules Of Love and War by Trampolene
CD

£12.99

Released 17/03/2023Catalogue Number

SOCD006

Trampolene

Rules Of Love and War

Strap Originals
Album artwork for Rules Of Love and War by Trampolene
LP

£22.99

Black
Released 17/03/2023Catalogue Number

SOLP006

Album artwork for Rules Of Love and War by Trampolene
LP +

£23.99

Red
Released 17/03/2023Catalogue Number

SOLP006R

Album artwork for Rules Of Love and War by Trampolene
CD

£12.99

Released 17/03/2023Catalogue Number

SOCD006

Rules of Love and War features 12 new Trampolene original songs and was produced by Mike Moore (Baxter Dury / Liam Gallagher), Richard Jackson (Super Furry Animals) and Jason Stafford (Albion Rooms). Says singer and lead Tramp Jack Jones: "I can't believe we've managed to stay together long enough to make 4 albums. That's the miracle. Having been friends since school. That's what means the most to me now. We wanted the album to have a psychedelic, cinematic feel to it with grandiose layers, brass, strings and distorted guitars. I'm delighted with how it's turned out. We got the title from 'Down & Out In Paris & London' (George Orwell). It's felt like we've been living in an Orwellian world recently."