Entropy Pt. 1
Man Without Country
- Release Date 20 January 2014
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- 10" Single
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10” includes a copy of the single on CD.
Man Without Country are back, following their 2012 debut ‘Foe’ with a brand new EP, ‘Entropy Pt. 1’.
Man Without Country have retooled their sound - a new techno shuffle and trance synth element - that brings The Field to mind - has been added to their psychedelic digital palette.
“The idea behind ‘Entropy’ came from our passion for digital manipulation and recycling audio. We dismantled some of our old ideas, took audio samples from old drum machines, old pianos, and even audio from our album ‘Foe’. We manipulated and reconstructed them to create the new music,” says the band’s Tomas Greenhalf.
The track features the vocals of Danish singer Lisa Alma, lifting it to ethereal heights, while their lyrical content remains dark and discontent.
“‘Entropy’ is the measure of how things move from order to disorder. We will never be able to travel back in time. Everything has to move forward. Regrets will always remain regrets, damaged relationships can be repaired but will never be exactly how they once were. Everything is slowly and irreversibly deteriorating,” comments Ryan James.
Man Without Country take the industrial psychedelic legacy of outsider pioneers like My Bloody Valentine and Psychic TV, melt it down and re-cast it using digital tools into something spiky, soaring and transcendent. They are authors of a new British-gothic, dark clouds of feeling, stalking the valleys and peaks of the bleak countryside they hail from.
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