A digital vinyl record project released in 2012. "The Men Who Cried Witch" was the only text on the cover and until now it is still unclair whether said 'Men' are the musicians or whether it is the title of the record and if so who the actual musicians are. Although today both of the lead singers have been identified by their voices as studio artists from the circle around Damian Alban and style comparison makes it almost certain that Alban himself played or at least wrote the bass riffs on several of the album's songs, neither he nor aforementioned singers have affirmed nor contradicted the rumor.The Men who cried Witch
What is certain however is that 'The Men who Cried Witch' is ( or made) a quirky melodious album poking fun at the 2012 end time hype, the rise of the Moral Indignant Right in the UK and the election that year of televangelist Rush Limbauch as the 45th US president. Off course it also featured the still popular gay rights anthem 'Call me, Maybe'
Still the most famous exploit of the record/band is that it showed that even in the age of massive surveillance of all electronic communication it was still possible to release an album of which even today the actual name is unknown.