Press Coverage

The absurdist songsmithery of David Goody builds on a distinguished tradition of silly and surreal music. From music hall and Edward Lear's nonsense songs through Flanders & Swann, Tom Lehrer and Monty Python to Half Man Half Biscuit and Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, music has always found a way to embrace nonsense. It is to this glorious heritage that songs like Stanlist Confectionary and Shampoo From Poundland pay homage. If the question is why, the answer is why not. The world has seriousness and tragedy in abundance. These songs aim to prick pomposity and add lightness and levity to the world in their own little way.

  • "Very funny" - Simon Mayo, BBC Radio 5 Live

  • "Genius" - Vic Minett, BBC Coventry & Warwickshire

  • "Flippin' good" - Mollie Green, BBC West Midlands

  • "Hilarious" - Coventry Telegraph

  • "That is brilliant" - Richard Coad, Radio Plus

  • "Appalling... ...I love it!!!" - Horace Panter, The Specials


Spon End Santa

BBC Radio Cov & Warwick - Vic Minett (Dec 2014)

BBC Introducing - Brody Swain (Dec 2016)






Rules Of The Coventry Ring Road

BBC Radio Cov & Warwick - Vic Minett (Sept 2014)

BBC Radio Cov & Warwick - Stuart Linnell (Aug 2014)

BBC Radio Cov & Warwick - Vic Minett (March 2014)

Free Radio - JD Breakfast Show (March 2014)




Flappy Hands & Hawtrey

BBC Radio 5 Live - Kermode & Mayo's Film Reviews (Nov 2014)




Amy Winehouse Guide To Seaside

Pete Waterman & Mollie Green at Godiva, BBC Radio WM (July 2016)

Wednesday Wake Up With Richard Coad, Radio Plus (May 2016)




Kanye Xmas




We Call It A Batch

BBC Radio Cov & Warwick - Vic Minett (Dec 2015)




Don't Paint It Black...

BBC West Midlands Radio - Mollie Green (Aug 2016)


Oi Scholars Bring Back Lambrini




Roy's Picking Rooney




Roy Hodgson Does The Samba




Straight Out Of Earlsdon




Sky Blue Xmas (SISU out)




Domesticated Records Publicity

Brody Swain, BBC Radio Coventry & Warwickshire (May 2016)

Wednesday Wake Up With Richard Coad, Radio Plus (May 2016)