NME says: “To hear Angus Andrew discuss the ungoverned maelstrom of
Liars’ career – whereby a bunch of ‘00s NYC funk-punks turned to witch rock,
then to various forms of experimental electronica and dance via a myriad of
diversions along the way – you’d start believing it has its own perfect physics;
an imperceptible molecular order, a post-rock M Theory where the chaos make
sense… Andrews keeps hook-lines at the heart of the record, anchoring music
that might otherwise drift out of orbit. To paraphrase Arthur C. Clarke: science,
sufficiently advanced, is indistinguishable from magic.”
Full review here. Score: 4/5.
Turn Up The Volume: Even after 9 albums Angus Andrews and his team
succeed to surprise. This 10th album is full of ideas, tunes and stuff that
keeps your ears busy for a while.
New single: BIG APPETITE – 2nd cut from the LP
Slo-mo stonker with a haunting and spooky progression. Top!
Angus Andrew (the band’s orchestra master) about the video
for the new song: “I thought that spelunking with bats for the
first single Sekwar video tested the upper limits of my fear
tthreshold, but it turns out having a revved up drill pointed
close to my forehead for a day is truly the stuff of nightmares.”