In 1995 Kenny Anderson, then lead singer/songwriter for the Scottish bands Skuobhie Dubh Orchestra and Khartoum Heroes, launched his own label Fence with his own solo project King Creosote. Demoralised and with a healthy cynicism of all things music related, KC set out to make home recorded music in as stress-free an environment as possible. in short, the heels were dug in, and northeast Fife would become home to Fence.
In 2005 Domino/Fence released KC's "Rocket D.I.Y." prior to the recording of the KC/Earlies project "KC Rules OK" for Names/679.
One step further on King Creosote now releasesa new single, '678' on July 3rd through 679 Recordings.
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