I was right to be going mental ^ New album In Time to Voices arrived with me on Sat & it's just astonishing. Quite the step up and on from their first 2 albums, less simplistic and mellower (in fact Lead single Cold's almost the heaviest song on there) but still plenty of the massive riffs rockin up and more than ever of Laura-Mary's sorcery with guitar distortion (they even mentioned how she abused some hyper expensive vintage Moog synth and basically used it as a guitar pedal), also they've actually used acoustic guitars on 3 of the songs. All in all a warmer, fuzzier, more melodic album than the others, from a band who've grown up, played what seems like a zillion festivals globaly the past few years, and have branched out and developed on their musical style tenfold. And the production's just perfection; a depth you can drown in but totally analogue feeling. Track by Track Title track 'In Time to Voices' studio / album version. Beautiful. haunting acoustic track 'Night Light' A bit of acoustic goodness:
Also I love when these 2 get talking, quite the realists and I generally fully agree with what they're saying. If ya don't then you're probably some drone confirmist in denial.
For completeness, here's the beautiful experience that is In Time to Voices in it's entirity on youtube. It's all fantastic, hard to pick favourites, but I'd say I'm fondest of Two Dead Minutes, Slip Into Blue and 7 Years.