WALK BETWEEN WORLDS
their 18th is an album of real substance, pairing insistent electro-percussive beats and glazed sheets of guitar with more restrained and atmospheric orchestral moment that introduces a satisfying shape to the record’s structure.
these 8 tracks rocket past in 42 minutes, with two distinct sides. Side one revisits the glassy guitars and new wave dance grooves of the post-punk era, whilst the second half explores more cinematic sounds, with the title track and ‘Barrowland Star’ both featuring dramatic orchestrations recorded at Abbey Road. It’s a song that takes the band away from their traditional comfort zone, layering strings and a spellbinding Charlie guitar solo over some poignant words. “[they’ve] rediscovered the rich, synthy euro-rock seam they mined so successfully up until ‘new gold dream’ in 1982” – mojo.
- The Signal And The Noise
- In Dreams
- Barrowland Star
- Walk Between Worlds
- Sense Of Discovery
- Silent Kiss (deluxe only)
- Angel Underneath My Skin (deluxe only)
- Dirty Old Town (Live)(deluxe only)