Refuges have reported subtleties of another collection called ‘Indications of something going on under the surface’ – get every one of the subtleties on the record beneath.

The development toward the Southend band’s Steve Albini-created LP ‘Hereditary Cabaret’ from 2020, will emerge on October 14.

Back in April, the collection was reviewed by new single ‘Crypto Klepto’, the four-piece’s first new music in quite a while.
The collection was recorded at the amazing Rockfield Studios in Wales and created by Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers, Idlewild, The Proclaimers).

Addressing the Southend Echo, performer and guitarist Luke Branch said: “Such countless notorious bits of music have been made in the room at Rockfield Studios which we kept in, Yellow by Coldplay, Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen and some more.

“”We got a string group of four for a day to play and it was quite possibly the most inventive and remunerating melodic encounters we have shared.”
“I can sincerely say this is perhaps the most off the wall tune I’ve at any point created and up above 215bpm one of the quickest as well,” Eringa said of the track. “At that speed, it’s truly hard to get it this weighty yet the thriving tom overdubs and the phalanx of fluff guitars that add-on the subsequent stanza gets us there I think and the ‘Lalala’ backing vocals score the insane up a level as well!! Wild underground rock insanity!!!! Love it!”

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