In between the dusk of Madchester and the dawn of Britpop two south Londoners produced an album fusing the new with the old. Drum machines, samples and sequenced bass was mixed with guitar riffs and witty, double-entendre strewn lyrics to produce a truly unique sound.
Often sporting cycling caps and shorts, Carter: The Unstoppable Sex Machine released 1992: The Love Album in that same year. It was a loud, relentless and deeply satirical record touching everything from the state of the nation to misogynistic music videos. With its European flag album cover and choice of topics, it seems that 28 years later, 1992 has hit the zeitgeist again.
Mainstream success for Carter post ‘92 was hindered by the emergence and press sensationalization of more conventional Britpop but our new Carter collection aims to recognise one of the nineties most experimental outfits.
The design of the kit is lifted from the album cover itself featuring bold blue and yellow colours for a truly Euro look.
The collection features our club jersey, pro bib shorts, snood and cap.
It is available via pre-order ONLY from 24th February 2020.