FLYING SAUCER ATTACK STREAM NEW ALBUM INSTRUMENTALS 2015 IN FULL, RELEASED 17TH JULY ON DOMINO
Flying Saucer Attack | 09/07/15
Flying Saucer Attack release Instrumentals 2015, their first album in 15 years on Friday the 17th of July 2015. Stream the album in full worldwide now HERE via NPR.
Comprised of 15 fresh David Pearce solo performances recorded in characteristically lo-fi manner at home, using guitars only on tape and CD-R, Instrumentals 2015 is an album that will appeal both to FSA diehards and those wholly unfamiliar with the outfit’s recorded output.
The 15 tracks on Instrumentals 2015 present an impressionistic narrative which transports the listener through the excoriating dronescapes and rueful introspection of the album’s early pieces to the more redemptive cadences of the its closing half. Given its sense of momentum, maintained through Pearce’s thoughtful sequencing, this is an album that should be experienced in its entirety, the better to appreciate its deliberate emotional arc.
Instrumentals 2015 will be available on CD (WIG351), digitally (WIGD351)) and on double heavyweight vinyl, tip on sleeve with downloads (WIGLP351), featuring an etching by Rachel Coe, who was previously a member of Flying Saucer Attack and is currently in Movietone. The cover artwork is by David’s sisters Erin and Tamsin. You can pre-order Instrumentals 2015 from Dom Mart, iTunes and your local quality record store.
Domino will be issuing a vinyl repressing of classic Flying Saucer Attack albums in the future, news to follow shortly.
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