top of page

Chirping smoke alarm shortlisted for Brit Award

What began a series of barely audible warning noises, has quickly become a front runner for the prestigious music prize. As one critic explained: ‘To truly appreciate its oeuvre you need to be lying in a darkened room, suffering from insomnia, ideally with a lightly sleeping newborn. That’s when it will get you hoping out of bed’.

Despite being disconnected from the mains, Beeping Smoke Alarm (BSA) has maintained its intermittent chirp, seen as a homage to Coldplay. With its distinctive yellowing plastic shell, BSA plans a world tour of broken loft hatches, next year. The follow up album, will be 40 minutes of it being struck repeatedly by hammer, accompanied by the hysterical screams of a sleep deprived homeowner. So, yes, very like Coldplay.

84 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Using its billionaire dollar empire, Facebook intends to purchase creative ownership of large portions of the English language and a significant portion of the air you breathe. A Facebook executive e

Disguised under the pretext of a kit launch, Britain’s athletes took time out of their busy schedule - of avoiding drug tests - to show off more bulging pectorals than a Zac Efron calendar. Oiled lik

Data suggests a sharp decline in moronic decisions from Saturday to Sunday, leading to unsustainable levels of happiness throughout the nation and the accusation that the Government are only 'part-tim

bottom of page