Debut album from UK artist Brolin, includes singles Swim Deep and Nightdriving. Brims with shimmering beats and heartfelt melodies, carried by reflections, observations and a yearning nostalgia. Co-produced by Ninja Tune’s Raffertie.
Although the album was written in the comfort of Brolin’s living room, ‘The Delta’ is all about escapism of the mind and the wonders of travel. From the stark realism of northern England to the vibrant heat of Barcelona, experiences and perceptions weave through Brolin’s song writing as he touches upon anxiety, hope, optimism, and the occasional desire to disappear somewhere else.
We’ve been waiting for a while and finally it’s here. Over the past two years Beach Slang have proved themselves as a band who can write memorable songs, share that energy live and create a community of like-minded fans but they’ve always been missing one important element: An album. Luckily the band’s full-length The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us is the culmination of their collective career and picks up where their two critically acclaimed 7-inches, 2014’s Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street and Who Would Ever Want Something So Broken? left off. The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us will be out October 30, 2015.
Having toured Britain with full, competition-standard brass orchestras, including a sell-out night in the main hall at London’s Barbican Centre, British Sea Power – described by The Sunday Times as “the best band in Britain” – now present ‘Sea Of Brass’, a new studio album born out of these live brass-backed shows.
aised in Colorado, in 2013 Missio moved into a classic Airstream trailer in order to work on his music – uninspired and distracted by the chaos of living in a huge city. He describes how this move elicited an incredibly creative period for him, saying: ‘I became inspired to create songs about my experiences, past and present, giving no thought to oppositions outside of my own mind’.