As yet without a name or a planned release date, one thing that is certain is that Divide & Conquer will be on the album.
IDLES, whilst always having taken a scathing glare at societal mores in Divide & Conquer make their most overtly political statement thus far in a just under three and a half minutes protest at the creeping privatisation of the National Health Service in the UK.
The Canadian melancholic-rock project Twilight Fields releases the LP Further Up, Further In! on the 6th.
Twilight Fields – Further Up, Further In! – artwork
From the eleven track album (available on bandcamp) the middle composition – Our Anthem (99) gradually reveals itself as though appearing through mist as Twilight Fields layer the song with a spectral guitar / synth combination tethered by quietly spaced percussion and bass while the vocal drifts sadly through the room.
With thanks to a new writer on the site – Jelena – who is currently studying at University and has kindly offered to share some of her thoughts on music.
Australian singer/songwriter YATES is celebrating his string of national dates supporting Tora with an eccentric remake of ‘It’s Over Now.’ The strong vocals and resonant beats make this song one to remember. With support from KCRW, Triple J, and over 2 million fans on Spotify, I have no doubt this song is gonna hit big.