Dazz played No Maps on his show on September 29th, which I think gives him the prize for first radio play this time around.
Check out the show replay here, a really good mix of prog, post-rock, soundtracks and other music. There’s always at least one gem in there we haven’t heard before.
Thanks Dazz, appreciate the support. You’re one of the good ones mate.
No Maps, the first single from our upcoming release, is out on October 3.
Beginning life as part of the soundtrack for an indie horror film, when the filmmaker had to put the movie on hold for awhile, we decided we really wanted to release this anyway.
Hopefully we’ll get to finish the soundtrack at some stage, but in the meantime you can pre-save on spotify
Guillermo was the first person worldwide to give us radio play last year, and we’re very appreciative for his support for the new single. Love you mate.
Massive thanks to Dazz for playing our new single on Going For The One on SineFM last night. The replay (Wednesday the 24th, 2021 show) is up here and repeats next Monday if you’d rather check it out live.
Dazz was one of our early supporters when Requiem came out last year, so we really appreciate him getting behind the new single. Cheers Dazz!
Very thoughtful and considered review of Requiem by Blinkers Removed. If you like longer reviews by people who take music seriously, you’ll love this whole site.
Honestly, we’re kinda blown away by this. When you’re making music you sometimes fear that nobody is going to give the result even 1% as much thought as you have. So for someone to put this amount of time and energy into a review is incredibly motivating. Whether they like it all or not, they took it seriously, and really that’s all you can ask for. Thank you Blinkers Removed.
Definitely check out the other reviews on the site.
Postcards From The Underground featured our new single, Then We Buried The Horses on Sunday’s show, alongside a stack of great tracks.
Thanks Mark and Gary for the kind words, although we should just break-up now, as I don’t think it’ll get any better than being compared to early Mogwai 🖤
You can check out the show here and I’d encourage you to listen to the whole thing, as there are some cracking tracks on there from other bands.
If you were listening to Dutch post-rock radio show De Mist on Friday, you would have been among the first to hear our new single, Then We Buried The Horses. If you weren’t listening, don’t worry, the replay is available here.
If that’s not enough to get you listening, it was a cracking show with tracks from And The Earth Swarmed With Them, A Place In Between, Zombie Western, Johan G. Winther, Those Who Ride With Giants, When Waves Collide, Long Distance Calling and Impure Wilhelmina. With that sort of line-up, how can you say no?
Big thanks to Niels for his continued support and enthusiasm ❤️