The aim for the Scottish alternative rock band’s seventh studio album, according to Simon Neil, is to get it to sound as “f***ed up” as possible. We’re not sure what to make of that, but the singles released so far definitely have us wanting more.
It’s been 16 long years since this Australian group’s last (and only) studio record but the single they’ve released so far, proves they haven’t lost their unique take on plunderphonics.
Singer-songwriter Natasha Khan is back at it with her ethereal vocals. Her new album springs out from a short film she wrote and directed about a bride whose groom dies on the way to their wedding.