Silver and black effect vinyl with additional red copy*. Artwork by Kid-Ethic. Includes insert print and download card. Limited to 500 worldwide
*Silver and black vinyl may or may not have audio distortion intermittently during playback, depending on your system. This was discovered after the press had been completed and packed, so we have included a red repress without audio issues. All purchases will ship with both silver and red copies.
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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
After a busy 2018, which saw worriedaboutsatan release a steady stream of new material, the Yorkshire based duo start the new year with the release their fourth full length album, ‘Revenant’.
Featuring 6 tracks, the record marks a slight departure from their previous album, the critically acclaimed ‘Blank Tape’, by venturing into more synthesiser heavy pieces, based around dark, brooding atmospheres and switching from the bouncing arpeggios and slow, hypnotic rhythms of 10 minute album opener ‘Skylon’, to the jittering, cinematic rush of ‘Making Your Masks’.
“We basically holed ourselves up in Tom’s rural Yorkshire studio” explain the band, “and over the course of about two or three weeks, we had quite a bit of new material that we sequenced into two separate records, one of which ended up being Revenant”.
Inspired by the burgeoning underground network of fellow synth-based acts, like tour-mate Pye Corner Audio, the band channelled their signature post-rock guitars and skyscraping atmospherics into something more synthetic, but without losing what makes them the band that garnered attention for soundtracking Adam Curtis’ Hypernormalisation documentary back in 2016.
One of my all time favorite soundtracks, next to Elvis Perkins “The Blackcoats Daughter”. So happy to have this on Vinyl! I saw the movie, and it was pretty good, but it was the music that really floored me. Haunting, atmospheric, and beautiful. Cheers! Justin Thiele