“… grab your battle-axe and head into the mists…”


The vinyl release of All the Suns of the Earth has made this inquiring gentleman to review parts of E GONEs back catalogue. Check out his review of The Goners Behold A New Traveler and Bitemarks. I’m very happy to see these releases come to life. Behold A New Traveler is still available here. And Bitemarks is a free download release. For more info on The Goner, click here.

Chromaticism reviews All the Suns of the Earth

“Traversing the ley-lines from Nepal to Alabama, alighting to absorb at all stops along the way, the sheer dexterity and eclecticism is simply stunning.”

Full review here!

Video released for You Will Sing



A:T:S:O:T:E on a wall in Alabama




A precious listener has decorated his wall with artwork from

All the Suns of the Earth.

( t h a n k  y o u   D . G . )

“…psych should hypnotise and bewitch”


“In a genre where most bands are happy to play it safe he picks up and discards more ideas in 40 minutes than dozens of bands will use in a career.”

Colourhorizon reviews All the Suns of the Earth in depth.

A:T:S:O:T:E shipping


Rumour has it that A:T:S:O:T:E is shipping out.

Sail, sail away, our delightful chyldren!

Order your copy here.

T H A N K  Y O U  &

L O V E  ,  E  G O N E

All the Suns of the Earth vinyl pre-order




ALL THE SUNS OF THE EARTH is now available for pre-order!


The first ten orders gets a signed artwork. Get it while it’s hot.


… (All the Suns of the Earth) shows Westerlund to be a restless, inquisitive soul with a tendency to dabble in more genres than most would deem safe, but where the dalliances of other solo artists tend to be hesitant when left to their own devices, Westerlund is always in full control of his creations. Attempting to affix labels to music this diverse is likely to make your head spin, but within its running time you’ll find plenty of exotic, eastern fueled psychedelic rock, ominous, droning synth ambience, carefully layered, crystalline examples of (what is now unfashionable to call) post-rock and a couple of European tinged slices of Americana that call to mind the best work of Sixteen Horsepower and the Tallest Man on Earth.The Active Listener

  … eclectic is hardly the word whilst understatement doesn’t seem to feature much in the vocabulary either. Banjos, sitars, raga and surf guitars and farfisa organ assail the sonic antennae and that’s just track one, the outrageously wonderful “Hexx”. Weird electronica follows in the barely corporeal form of “The Drug Behind The Drug” while “The Poor of Heart” further confounds any attempt at pigeon-holing our artist with an emotive helping of folksy, acoustic balladry. Bewildering, indeed, and this is just the first three tracks from nine … taken as a whole, this is an enjoyably eccentric and quite compelling little offering that is well worth taking a punt on.Terrascope


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