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Take Care, Take Care, Take Care (2023 repress)

2lp - £33.99 | Pre Order
Explosions In The Sky take some of their greatest creative leaps yet, experimenting with layers of haunting, unplaceable sounds, euphoric vocals, classical guit...

Big Bend (An Original Soundtrack For Public Television)

Limited Blue Sky Coloured 2LP - £27.99 | Buy
2LP - £23.99 | Buy

CD - £11.99 | Buy
The band set the awesome sights of big bend national park to an inspired, melodic, and meaningful blend of acoustic guitar, slide guitar, strings, piano, bells,...

The Rescue (Anniversary Edition)

Limited Indies-only opaque dusty orange lp + download - £26.99 | Buy
Remastered, repackaged reissue celebrating the 20th anniversary of Explosions In The Sky.

The Wilderness 

translucent red & clear gatefold 2lp w/etching + download - £31.99 £18.99 | Buy
For a band that has come to be synonymous with open spaces and widescreen post rock ‘the wilderness’ feels acutely warm and personal.
Those Who Tell The Truth (2022 repress)
  1. Greet Death
  2. Yasmin The Light
  3. The Moon Is Down
  4. Have You Passed Through This Night?
  5. A Poor Man's Memory
  6. With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept


Those Who Tell The Truth (2022 repress)

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    Released: 16th Dec 2022


The members of Explosions in the Sky may just be four soft-spoken guys from Texas, but on 'Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever' they simply tear everything apart.

Combining influences from classic rock to metal to goth, the band creates instrumental soundscapes that can turn from all-out destruction to heartfelt, dreamy melodies in the blink of an eye. The result is similar to Mogwai and Godspeed a musical journey that leads listeners through the entire range of emotion without even needing words. "Greet Death" matches a crunchy Dinosaur Jr hook with warm Cure-esque bass grooves. "Moon Down" chimes and twists through ten minutes of calm night, leaving the listener with the feeling that something awesome is sure to happen. On "Have You Passed Through This Night?" one of the members of Explosions in the Sky ponders in a near-whispering Texas drawl the meaning of the world. What follows is like the climax of a tense, mind-blowing movie, driven by relentless guitars and a thundering Master of puppets Metallica drum march. "Poor Man's Memory" follows, offering some consolation in a sentimental melody. The album ends with the grand, 12-minute-long "With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept," a song that moves from Sonic Youth to Joy Division to Explosions in the Sky