Tom of England (a.k.a Thomas Bullock) is set to release his debut album, Sex Monk Blues, on L.I.E.S. Records in October. 

Bullock is known for being a member of several music crews since the ’90s, among them Tonka Hi-fi in England, Wicked Sound System in San Francisco, and the viking disco duo Rub ‘n’ Tug in New York City. He’s also collaborated with DJ Harvey on several records as Map of Africa. 

In more recent years, Bullock has been releasing his solo productions as Tom of England, including a 12″ on Joy Orbison and Will Bankhead’s Hinge Finger and a cassette on The Trilogy Tapes. This, his debut album, has been slowly pieced together as he became tired of touring. It’s made in partnership with singer Bobbie Marie and studio engineer Chebon Littlefield. 

We’re told to expect six “unclassifiable” tracks “exploring a beautiful grey area somewhere between P.I.L., Arthur Russell, and downtown New York grit of old.” 

Sex Monk Blues LP lands October 7, with “Song Of The Sex Monk” streaming in full below. 


A1. In Your Town

A2. Sniffin in the Griffin 

A3. Neon Green

B1. Be Me

B2. Song of the Sex Monk 

B3. Suspension