Their most recent release has been revealed as a live video recording.
Chase The Sun takes the listener on an nine minute journey of colliding barrages of sound that slam out of the speakers in an unrelenting wall of dissociative progressive experimentalism through which the strangulated vocal pierces the the eardrums.
The Danish alt-rock quartet Black Book Lodge release the LP Steeple And Spire on the 18th of May.
Black Book Lodge
The first track to surface from the album (available via target records) – Spoil The Child, which was itself released as a standalone single on the 2nd, showcases their intriguing meld of stoner and progressive rock filtered through strong melodic sections.
The stunning conjoin between Indian vocal imprint and dreamy synthesis which sets up the just over five minutes track prior to both voice and instrumentation merging in to a cohesion of instrumentation and voice, both, gliding betwixt Western European spacey-IDM and Indian tradition finds the listener skipping back through the track even as it plays through on first occasion, just to make sure they have got it right in their mind, which is prior to putting it on continual loop as Premsanthy Dubois and Pierrick Levé fuse influences.
I therefore suggest setting aside at least an hour for Suis Moi! prior to hitting play.
The first track to surface from the EP, may well be known to those who have seen Harry Gump live, for those of us who haven’t, Longing For More is its first outing from an EP, having regularly featured the music since being introduced in 2014, I recommend adding to the collection when made available.