Gorgeous, cinematic music...
Port Erin

Port Erin's music has a near cinematic sweep.

There's a sense of sonic detail that feels like colours blended into one, with their loose-knit, almost progressive-style sensibilities taking them into some quite unique places.

Comparisons to Radiohead could be made, as well as the very cellular approach of King Crimson.

New album 'Ocean Gray' is out on May 12th, with the band's Reuben Myles Tyghe commenting: “we are grappling with one's place in Western society amidst the torment and suffering happening now around Europe, looking at our own country, dealing with death, searching for other realms and states of mind, observing the way we deal with life as we grow older”.

Clash is able to showcase the video for 'The Fuzz And All That They Feed', with the track itself rooted in that fluid, ever-evolving percussion.

Dancing on the beat, the song branches out in expected directions, constantly reaching out towards fresh ground.

Tune in now.

Catch Port Erin at the following shows:

March
17 Swindon The Rolleston
18 Marlborough The Lamb

April
7 London New Cross Inn
8 Stroud The Prince Albert
9 Bilston Robin 2
13 Manchester The Castle Hotel
14 Liverpool The Shipping Forecast
15 Nottingham The Angel Microbrewery
16 Buxton The Ale Stop
17 Matlock Bath The Fishpond
19 Canterbury Bramley's
21 Glastonbury The King Arthur
23 Marlborough Sound Knowledge
27 Cardiff Gwdihw
28 Swindon The Beehive

May
4 Oxford The Jehrico Tavern
6 Frome The Cheese And Grain
12 Bristol O2 Academy (Album Launch 01)
12 Bristol The Hatter (Album Launch 02)

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