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Future Of The Left — Human Death [EP]

 Future Of The Left — Human Death [EP]

Future Of The Left — Human Death [EP]
Location: Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Album release: October 21, 2013
Record Label: Republic of Music
Duration:     20:50
Tracks:
01. Prescriptions      (3:58)
02. Not Entirely Present      (2:55)
03. New Commuters      (3:36)
04. The Knife That Is Not A Knife      (3:15)
05. Fucked Up Runners      (2:35)
06. Hey Precious      (4:32)
Current members:
◊  Andy "Falco" Falkous — Vocals/Guitar/Keyboards/Bass (2005–present)
◊  Jack Egglestone — Drums (2005–present)
◊  Jimmy Watkins — Guitar/Vocals (2010–present)
◊  Julia Ruzicka — Bass/Vocals/Keyboards (2010–present)
Former members:
◊  Kelson Mathias — Bass/Vocals/Keyboards/Guitar (2005–2010)
◊  Hywel Evans — Guitar (2005)
Touring musicians:
◊  Steven Hodson — Live Bass/Vocals/Keyboards (2010)
In french:
◊  Si le futur de la gauche française semble victime d'abus de sauce Hollandaise mal émulsionnée, il n'en est rien pour le groupe alternatif d'Outre-Manche qui semble au mieux de sa forme déjantée.
Website: http://futureoftheleft.net/
MySpace: https://myspace.com/futureoftheleft
Twitter: https://twitter.com/shit_rock
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/futureoftheleft
Press: info.prescriptions@gmail.com
Agent: joanna@codaagency.com
Discography:
Studio albums:
◊  Curses (24 September 2007)
◊  Travels with Myself and Another (22 June 2009)
◊  The Plot Against Common Sense (11 June 2012)
◊  How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident (28 October 2013)
EPs:
◊  Polymers Are Forever (14 November 2011)
◊  At Magnetic West (21 April 2012)
◊  Man vs. Melody (November 2012)
◊  Love Songs For Our Husbands (July 2013)
◊  Human Death (2013)
Live albums:
◊  Last Night I Saved Her From Vampires (2009)
Singles and EPs:
◊  "Fingers Become Thumbs" / "The Lord Hates a Coward" (29 January 2007)
◊  "adeadenemyalwayssmellsgood" (4 June 2007)
◊  "Small Bones Small Bodies" (10 September 2007) No. 25 UK Indie
◊  "Manchasm" (8 April 2008)
◊  "The Hope That House Built" (16 March 2009)
◊  "Stand By Your Manatee" / "Preoccupation Therapy"
◊  "Sheena is a T-Shirt Salesman" (12 March 2012)
Music videos:
◊  adeadenemyalwayssmellsgood (2007)
◊  Manchasm (2008)
◊  The Hope That House Built (2009)
◊  Arming Eritrea (2009)
◊  Sheena Is a T-Shirt Salesman (2012)
◊  I Am The Least Of Your Problems (2012)
Compilation albums:
◊  "Small Bones Small Bodies"2000 Trees — Cider Smiles Vol.1, Hide and Seek Records, June 2008
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Future of the Left — How to Stop Your Brain in an Accident
Released: 21 October 2013
Recorded: Monnow Valley studios, Monmouth
Label: Prescriptions
Track listing:
01 "Bread, Cheese, Bow and Arrow" – 3:55
02 "Johnny Borrell Afterlife" – 2:18
03 "Future Child Embarrassment Matrix" – 3:46
04 "The Male Gaze" – 2:33
05 "Singing Of The Bonesaws" – 4:42
06 "I Don't Know What You Ketamine" – 2:55
07 "French Lessons" – 3:18
08 "How To Spot A Record Company" – 4:38
09 "Donny Of The Decks" – 2:41
10 "She Gets Passed Around At Parties" – 2:14
11 "Something Happened" – 3:51
12 "The Real Meaning Of Christmas" – 2:30
13 "Things To Say To Friendly Policemen" – 1:42
14 "Why Aren't I Going To Hell?" – 4:55
ALBUM REVIEW BY CHRIS BUCKLE/PUBLISHED 08 OCTOBER 2013
5 stars
◊  “The music industry is lying to you” preaches Andy Falkous on serrated satire Singing of the Bonesaws, chiding listeners for “[confusing] excitement with the fear of missing out” before venturing down some dark recesses involving Kim Kardashian, a masked bear and self-inflicted ocular mutilation.
◊  It’s one of several tracks on Future of the Left’s fourth album to provoke nervy laughs, with Falkous again proving a peerless lyricist: incisive, articulate and pulling no punches as he eviscerates targets from Christmas to record labels. On the latter note, the PledgeMusic-financed How to Stop Your Brain in an Accident is a paragon example of crowd-funding done well: rawer, heavier and angrier than ever, it distils the band’s abrasive appeal, and as such should leave no pledger disappointed.
◊  Tracks like French Lessons advance the quartet’s less-frequently celebrated (but also rewarding) capacity for restraint, with Falkous’s barbed sneer replaced with a precarious melodic croon (though with the opening line “they say the price of love is a black hole,” its curbed aggression shouldn’t be mistaken for softness). From the growling bass of Bread, Cheese, Bow and Arrow to the unhinged howls of Why Aren’t I Going to Hell?, it’s possibly their best work yet — so whatever Falkous says, don’t go missing out. [Chris Buckle]
Fortaken: http://www.theskinny.co.uk/
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