future of the left have posted new song 'bread, cheese, bow and arrow' online now - check it out below.
future of the left seem capable to seizing the ordinary, the mundane and squeezing out every inch of inspiration, every atom of surreal whimsy.
New album 'How to Stop Your Brain in an Accident' is out next month, and follows a series of fan-funded sessions. Recorded at Monmouth studios, the finished LP contains 14 songs (which the band are refusing to allow be termed 'tracks').
Introducing the album, Future Of The Left had the following to say: "if you are alive and even vaguely in love with the idea of rock music being more than an ersatz lifestyle choice then it is clearly their best album yet. yes, they would say that. no, it's not open to debate."
Bold words. New song 'bread, cheese, bow and arrow' emerged online a few moments ago, screaming and writhing in a way that only future of the left can muster.
Stuttering, stop/start rhythms aside, the guitars sound weightier (not heavier) than before, with future of the left mastering the art of rock-solid, three dimensional rock music.
Check it out below.
'How to Stop Your Brain in an Accident' is set to be released on October 21st. future of the left have confirmed the following shows:
1 Leeds Belgrave Music Hall
2 Glasgow Broadcast
3 Newcastle The Cluny
5 Sheffield Queens Social Club
6 Liverpool East Village Arts Club
7 Manchester Gorilla
8 Nottingham Bodega
9 Birmingham Temple
11 Brighton The Haunt
13 London Heaven
14 Bournemouth 60 Million Postcards
15 Bristol The Thekla
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