Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Admiral Fallow - Beetle In The Box

Admiral Fallow’s debut album Boots Met My Face was a wonderfully evocative piece of work that found favour with many critics and continues to worm its way onto the Breaking More Waves stereo. Yesterday marked the Scottish band’s return to the fold with a new single. Beetle In The Box is taken from the forthcoming album Tree Bursts In The Snow which is due 21st May through Nettwerk. The album was recorded and mixed by Paul Savage at Glasgow’s Chem 19 (Mogwai, King Creosote) and mastered by Greg Calbi (Bon Iver, The National, Battles) at Sterling Sound New York.

We could listen to the warming vocal dialect of front man Louis all day; there’s something about his voice that just wraps you into the words he sings. Add to it the chugging guitars, female harmonies and folk rock tunefulness and Beetle In The Box provides a very solid start for the band's new material.

You’ll be able to hear songs from the new record throughout April and May as the band set off on a huge UK tour with plenty of Scottish shows, but alas for those in Breaking More Waves neck of the woods no south central Portsmouth / Brighton / Southampton date appears to have been scheduled. Sad faces all round on that one.

However the good news is that you can grab this single which we’re streaming below,for free, from the Admiral Fallow website. Use this link to get to the site and grab that download and check the tour dates.

Admiral Fallow - Beetle In The Box

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