Yo trapper enthusiasts! So we meant to put the EP3 songs out digitally but not until the stock of physical inventory ran out. It seemed kinda misleading to call something "tour-only" if it was in fact available to anyone in the world at any time (albeit in a non-tangible form).
Now the physical stock will evaporate during our July tour. However, the fine folks at Sub Pop have asked us to demur from a digital release in the interest of public safety (i.e. record industry arcana), so for now we'll have to leave it to the file-sharing networks to get those tracks around. Cooperate and enjoy!
To Doorzie1, don't be gutted! we will be in London again in August and September, I will keep one of these for you specifically if you keep five quid for the purpose of exchange.
Absolutyyz, at some point in the future there will definitely be an "odds + sods" record, although whether or not it's on vinyl depends on many factors. I love to listen to vinyl as much as anyone, but it's a real pain to store and ship so as long as our record label (LidKerCow) is based out of my place it's unlikely, I have a young daughter who loves to eat vinyl.
What else? Daytrotter? Yes, we did a joint session when we were out with SM + Jicks last fall. If you follow Daytrotter you may have heard the version of "Funk #49" we recorded with our tourmates there that day. It was literally the first time we had ever done this song, any of us, but it sounded so cool we went on to do it for a number of Jicks encores the next several nights. I guess you bug Sean at Daytrotter about getting the session up. I honestly don't remember what other songs we did, I'm pretty sure "Black River Killer" was in there, think it was just three songs this time (with Funk being the fourth).
Okay, hopefully this answers some of your queries. I'm going to draft a "State of the Trapper" essay next.