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Highly acclaimed Wolf People, based in the United Kingdom, return with brand new album 'Ruins' — their first since 2013's 'Fain.'
Recorded in Devon, Isle Of Wight and London, 'Ruins' is their most direct and instinctive work yet, simultaneously reaching back into a fecund past to tell us who we are today, while harnessing the power of modern technology and ideas to ponder unknown futures.
Lyrically 'Ruins' imagines how the planet might appear when society has finally fallen to dust and ash, and the creeping vines and nettles have reclaimed the land. It is the product of letting go of conceit, contrivance and, indeed, a career plan.
Influences upon 'Ruins' come in all shapes, size, contours and hues: the discovery of proto Sabbath/Zeppelin Scottish band Iron Claw, the lesser known landscapes of rural Bedfordshire, backstage Taekwondo stretches, Scandinavian psychedelia, fleeting rural epiphanies, Dungen, Trees, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, a group holiday on a remote Finnish island, and Jagjaguwar flipping out after seeing them play in Bloomington, Indiana and insisting it was time they made their Back In Black...
|Primary Format - Music||Vinyl|
|Music Genre||Pysch Rock / Rock|
|Music Genre Primary||Alternative|
- 1. Ninth Night
- 2. Rhine Sagas
- 3. Night Witch
- 4. Kingfisher
- 5. Thistles
- 6. Crumbling Dais
- 7. Kingfisher Reprise
- 8. Not Me Sir
- 9. Belong
- 10. Salts Mill
- 11. Kingfisher Reprise II
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