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Unkle The Road, Pt. 1

Unkle — The Road, Pt. 1 (18th August 2017)

                Unkle — The Road, Pt. 1 (18th August 2017)   Unkle — The Road, Pt. 1 (18th August 2017)≡★≡  S široce rozevřenou náručí se rozšířili v kombinacích šepotu, ambientu, omamných rytmů a elektronických vychytávek. Featuring Mark Lanegan and ESKA.Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Location: London, United Kingdom
Album release: Friday 18th August 2017
Record Label: Songs For The Def
Duration:     56:41
Tracks:
01 Iter 1: Have You Looked At Yourself     0:45
02 Farewell (Feat. Ysée, ESKA, Elliott Power, Keaton Henson, Liela Moss, Mïnk, Dhani Harrison & Steven Young)     6:11
03 Looking For The Rain (Feat. Mark Lanegan & ESKA)     5:54
04 Cowboys Or Indians (Feat. Elliott Power, Mïnk & Ysée)     5:59
05 Iter 2: How Do You Feel     0:55
06 No Where To Run Bandits     5:35
07 Iter 3: Keep On Runnin’     0:11
08 Stole Enough (Feat. Mïnk)     3:03
09 Arms Length (Feat. Elliott Power, Mïnk & Callum Finn)     4:49
10 Iter 4: We Are Stardust     0:45
11 Sonata (Feat. Keaton Henson)     5:12
12 The Road (Feat. ESKA)     6:12
13 Iter 5: Friend Or Foe     0:29
14 Sunrise (Always Comes Around) (Feat. Liela Moss)     6:13
15 Sick Lullaby (Feat. Keaton Henson)     4:28Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Featured:
≡★≡   After announcing plans to release a new album last summer, UNKLE have at last detailed their follow~up to 2010’s Where Did the Night Fall. The Road: Part 1 is out August 18, NME reports. You can preorder it here. The LP features an array of collaborators — Primal Scream’s Andrew Innes, Queen of the Stone Age’s Troy Van Leeuwan, Dhani Harrison, Mark Lanegan, ESKA, Keaton Henson, and the Duke Spirit’s Liela Moss have contributed to the project. The James Lavelle~fronted electronic group have also shared their new track “Looking For the Rain” with Lanegan and ESKA — check it out below. In 2016, they shared The Road: Part 1’s lead single, “Cowboys or Indians,” which features Mïnk, Elliott Power, and Ysée. (Evan Minsker and Braudie Blais~Billie)
Description:
Album
≡★≡   The new UNKLE album is released Friday 18th August 2017.
Pre~order now on the following formats:
≡★≡   STANDARD CD: Audio CD and 36 page booklet housed in gatefold wallet.
≡★≡   SIGNED DELUXE CD: 2 x audio CDs and 36 page booklet housed in embossed, oversized softpack.
≡★≡   SIGNED VINYL: 2 × 180g black vinyl and 36 page booklet housed in debossed gatefold sleeve, plus download card.
≡★≡   SIGNED D2C VINYL: Strictly limited to 1000 copies. 2 × 180g vinyl (one orange, one purple) and 36 page booklet housed in debossed gatefold sleeve, plus download card.
≡★≡   After a rollercoaster twenty~five year career as an artist, curator and tastemaker, James Lavelle returns with UNKLE’s fifth studio album: The Road Part 1.
≡★≡   The Road Part 1 is a collection of fifteen new UNKLE tracks inspired following his curation of 2014’s Meltdown Festival at Southbank, their most successful to date.
≡★≡   The Road Part 1 is a collective creative venture by musicians including London folk~rock artist and poet Keaton Henson, Primal Scream’s Andrew Innes, The Duke Spirit’s Liela Moss, long time UNKLE collaborator Mark Lanegan, and Mercury prize nominee ESKA.
≡★≡   Lavelle also found new friends and collaborators in Queens of the Stone Age drummer Jon Theodore and Beck drummer Justin Stanley, who make definitive contributions throughout the record.
≡★≡   Recorded in London and Los Angeles’ Pink Duck Studios, The Road Part 1 is the product of a desire to create something fresh and innovative, that also celebrates the rich history of UNKLE, and showcases a new wave of talent such as Elliott Power, Mïnk and YSÉE.
≡★≡   Lavelle set out to make a record that tapped into the multicultural landscape of modern London. His mission was to unite the eclectic mix of ideas, cultures and genres under the UNKLE umbrella and create something unique.
James Lavelle praises the role of collaboration, and its important at the core of the project:
≡★≡   “I hadn’t made a record in a long time, and the incarnation of UNKLE had changed in that now, it was me on my own. For that reason, I wanted to make a record that I hadn’t been able to before, going back to the roots of where I came from, with a foot in modern London”.
≡★≡   In July last year UNKLE released their first single in seven years. Lavelle teamed up with Elliott Power, Mïnk and YSEÉ for the gospel infused Cowboys or Indians. Followed by Sick Lullaby in February 2017, his second collaboration with Keaton Henson. Sick Lullaby is tender and cinematic, a beautiful lullaby that empowers Henson’s delicate vocals.
≡★≡   The latest track from The Road Part 1, Looking For The Rain, is a call to arms in our turbulent modern world, written by Lavelle and Mark Lanegan.
≡★≡   The masterfully curated list of visual collaborators extends to the physical release of The Road Part 1, which will include a 36~page booklet featuring artwork by contemporary luminaries including Turner Prize nominee Nathan Coley, John Isaacs, David Nicholson, Norbert Schoerner, Doug Foster, Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones. It was designed by James Lavelle and up~and~coming designer George Stewart~Lockhart.
Discography:
≡   Psyence Fiction (1998)
≡   Never, Never, Land (2003)
≡   War Stories (2007)
≡   End Titles... Stories for Film (2008)
≡   Where Did the Night Fall (2010)
≡   The Road Pt. 1 (2017)
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/unkleofficial
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unkle/
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