The US synth-rock trio Nightmare Air release the LP Fade Out on the 26th of February.
Nightmare Air – photo by Andie Mills (@buzzbandsla)
The nine track album (available through Nevado) will be available on various formats, including Vinyl and on listening to the roughly thirty four minutes release I can only advise that this is an LP to own as the 12″ platter to fully enjoy the luxurious melting flow of vocals, electronica, and instrumentation which curls out of the speakers.
The only track I am able to feature, at present, is the opener – Who’s Your Lover – a song which provides fair reflection of the thickly piled carpet of sound which follows in the remaining eight songs.
Who’s Your Lover is a pulsating composition, driven, as it is by persuasive beat and drum-kit with the bass layering a deeper resonance to the pacing while the drifting notes of guitar weave through the electronics as vocal whispers in the ear.
When the album comes out do take a heading to Dark Vice, the penultimate track with its shifting patterns of mood set within a gazey gothic framework.
A band with a significant following already, their North Western European Tour supporting Gary Numan in March, will help to build the audience further.
Mar 2. Stokholm. Kagelbanan
Mar 3. Malmo. Kulturbolaget
Mar 4. Olso. Parkteatret
Mar 5. Copenhagen. Pumpehuset
Mar 7. Utrecht. Tivoli
Mar 8. Antwerp. Trix
Mar 9. Luxembourg
Mar 10. Oberhausen, Germany
Mar 12. Portsmouth. Pyramids Centre
Mar 13. Warwick. Arts Centre
Mar 14. Leicester. O2 Academy
Mar 16. Edinburgh. Assembly Rooms
Mar 17. Middlesbrough. Empire
Mar 19. Preston. Guild Hall
Mar 20. Hull. City Hall
Mar 21. Sheffield. The Foundry
Mar 23. Isle Of Man. Villa Marina
Mar 24. Liverpool. O2 Academy
Mar 25. Northampton. Roadmenders
Mar 28. Belfast. The Limelight
Mar 29. Dublin. Olympia Theatres
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