|Format||10" White Vinyl|
|Label||Music On Vinyl|
British shoegaze band Engineers were formed in 2003 by Mark Peters, Simon Phipps, Dan MacBean and Andrew Sweeney. The band often cites Cocteau Twins, Spiritualized, and Slowdive as direct influences. In September 2004 the mini-album Folly arrived, preceded by the featured single “Come In Out Of The Rain” a week prior. The mini-album also featured a cover of Tim Hardin’s “If I Were A Carpenter”.
Exclusively for Record Store Day, Folly is available as a 10” for the first time. This mini-album is available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on solid white coloured vinyl.