Both the physical and digital versions of the Echo Home – Non-Electric EP will feature audio from a stripped down session the band captured recently at Electric Lady Studios in New York. Alongside “Echo Home”, the EP features Ash & Ice track “That Love”, a cover of Rihanna’s “Desperado” (which the band originally played as part of a Sirius XMU session), and the song “Wait”, off the band’s first ever release, Black Rooster EP, which celebrates it’s 15 year anniversary on May 28th.
Produced by Kwes (Solange, Kano, Loyle Carner) it finds the band with a new sense of urgency and a new sound - one that takes in psychedelia, krautrock and post-punk. Watch the video for the album's new single 'Human' now.
The man himself presents the new video thus: - “'Did you feel it? The spinning door was in the air for a while and then it closed. I hope you didn't get left behind! The last zone of life is finished now. How does it feel to be alive at the beginning of a brand new grand cosmic era? The time is now. Please enjoy this song about wool'.”
Celebrating the release of their first album in ten years, Resin Pockets, today, Matt Jones’ Crescent has shared a new video featuring the first live performances of ‘Get Yourself Tidy’ and ‘AC30’.
The video for ‘Animal’ is part 2 in a trilogy, and ‘Animal’ continues where ‘Human’ (part 1) left off. Directed by Eoin Glaister, and starring Thomas Gray, the videos tell a story about a small village facing the development of a motorway and how its residents react to the proposal. All We Are's new album, Sunny Hills, is released 9th June.