Tindersticks have shared details of their new album 'No Treasure But Hope'.
The aim for the record was seemingly to tap into the quicksilver core of their creative process, detouring sharply from their previous two studio LPs.
Creative lynchpin Stuart Staples comments...
“The last two albums were gradually built to a point of being finished in our studio from moments of playing and recording together. When we figured out how to present the songs live, different things happened to them. This time, we wanted to reverse that – to do something that was about being committed to a song together in a moment.”
Out on November 15th, 'No Treasure But Hope' will be accompanied by a full UK tour, including a show at London's Royal Festival Hall.
New song 'The Amputees' leads the way, and it's softly brooding impact has a lingering effect.
Tune in now.
Catch Tindersticks at the following shows:
2 Brighton Dome
22 London Royal Festival Hall
Photo Credit: Richard Dumas
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