LANTERNS ON THE LAKE
until the colours run
a truly sublime record - the music remains an exquisitely crafted blend of symphonic rock, folk & electronics but it's bigger & bolder - haunting & often devastating.
their epic soundscapes glide between the post-rock-esque grandeur of explosions in the sky or sigur ros & the ethereal beauty of cocteau twins. for fans of the aforementioned, smoke fairies, rachel sermanni, i break horses or big deal. ‘Until The Colours Run’ may contain some dark, political undertones but vocalist hazel Wilde states: “For me the album is also bursting with a huge amount of colour & life that reaches out from the darkness”. "a record that seethes, soothes, cries & burns. Not only have they made a better record than their debut, they’ve made one of the best records of the young decade" - drowned in sound.
- The Buffalo Days Lanterns on the Lake
- The Ghost That Sleeps In Me
- Until the Colours Run
- Green and Gold
- You Soon Learn
- Picture Show
- Another Tale From Another English Town
- Our Cool Decay