Sounds | Other Lives, Lost Day
Op 24 april verschijnt het nieuwe album van dit vijftal uit Oklahoma. In Lost Day hoor je hun typische sound: indiepop gedrenkt in americana met orchestrale, filmische arrangementen en toch intiem en melacholisch. Omschreven als Calixico meets John Barry.
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zaterdag 2 mei, Botanique (Brussel)
ter info Other Lives are pleased to mark their return with the release of their new album For Their Love on April 24th, 2020 through Play It Again Sam.
Following 2015’s Rituals, the trio of Jesse Tabish (piano, guitar, lead vocals), Jonathon Mooney (piano, violin, guitar, percussion, trumpet) and Josh Onstott (bass, keys, percussion, guitar and b/vocals) have reappeared with the long-awaited follow-up, For Their Love, a ten-track collection with a nod to the past whilst progressing positively towards the future.
Taking its name from one of the earlier tracks written for the album the band’s creative lynchpin and frontman Tabish explains; “something about the title feels both inclusive and also of a larger scene whilst embodying the path we wanted to take.”
On emerging from Oklahoma back in 2011 with the sweeping, widescreen, cinematic arrangements and haunting, wistful melodies of their debut album Tamer Animals, Other Lives had an uncanny ability to evoke the wide-open space, big skies and broad horizons of their home state’s prairies. A reignited sense of freedom is palpable throughout For Their Love whether pared back, sombre resignation, or upbeat, rousing and liberating. Out of personal and creative uncertainty and recalibration the trio have re-emerged, a must-have pastoral sensation reborn.