3 February 2014
Fourth album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ puts their increasing desire to experiment up against a continued knack for penning instant, arena-ready giants in waiting. Our cover story looks at a band hitting a crossroads, albeit one they won’t be complaining about.Also in the new Weekly, we welcome in one of the UK’s newest, fiercest daredevils in the form of Edinburgh trio Young Fathers. Using hip-hop as a very loose platform, they then insist on tearing everything up from the seams. Find out why their ‘DEAD’ record represents one of the most important debuts for some time.
Slightly softer on the ears is Jordan Lee aka Mutual Benefit. His music is a bringing together of field recordings and intimate songwriting recorded in close, friend-filled confines. As well as a DIY interview, we give the verdict on his ‘Love’s Crushing Diamond’ album, which is looking to break out from Stateside attention.
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