Sincerely, Future Pollution
|Released:||Released April 7th 2017|
|Product Info:||Limited Heavy Tip-On Gatefold w/ Foil-Print, Clear Vinyl Incl. DL code|
|Cat:||SLANG50119LT (City Slang)|
Canadian psych post-punk outfit Timber Timbre return with their sixth record and while the outlook is stark and uncertain, they have certainly injected a covert optimism into ‘Sincerley…’, or the want to get up and move your feet anyway. The lyrical content remains to be defined as optimistic. Intentionally or not, Bryan Ferry has his filthy influence over this record. Heck, ‘Grifting’ sounds like a Bryan Ferry song. Not just “oh that sounds a bit like Bryan Ferry, right?”. – “No, it actually is our Bryan isn’t it?” It should almost feel pastiche with its 80’s synths and crooner vocal but it doesn’t feel wrong at all. In fact it’s quite definitely the standout track.
Elsewhere there are influences from Talking Heads to Air, making for a very varied record indeed as we manoeuvre ourselves between glam rock and 80’s pop and disco melodies.
We have the deluxe LP edition which is a limited edition tip-on gatefold cover with foil print containing a crystal clear 12” record on the inside.
A1. Velvet Gloves & Spit
A3. Skin Tone
B5. Sewer Blues
B6. Western Questions
B7. Sincerely, Future Pollution
B8. Bleu Nuit
B9. Floating Cathedral