It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Gizeh, but as always, they’veÂ brought us quality material. Last Harbour is a band based out of Manchester, England but quite frankly, you wouldn’t suspect that at all. This is some true blue Americana that would fit perfectly with a smoky diner in a 50s noir film, while you have a slice of the finest cherry pie in the land and a cup of coffee. Last Harbour may remind you of the likes of Timber Timbre, with their brooding lead single “Fracture/Fragment” and hey, if this single isn’t enough to whet your appetite, dig in their back catalogue because it’s a treasure trove of gothic blues/folk. Last Harbour, for their last two albums, worked with famed producer Richard Formby but they decided to take the reins this time around. Last Harbour’sÂ Caul is going to be a treat if this single’s a sign of things to come. Check out “Fracture/Fragment” below via the SoundCloud stream and see what you think of it. Cheers!
PRE-ORDER ITEM. RELEASED FEBRUARY 9th.
All orders from the Gizeh Store receive an instant download of the track 'Fracture/Fragment'.
LIMITED EDITION LP + PRINT || 180g heavyweight LP comes in a beautiful matt finished sleeve with black inner polythene lined paper sleeve. This edition is limited to just 20 copies and comes with an exclusive limited edition 12"x12" letterpress & monoprint poster by Red Plate Press for the first 20 Gizeh shop LP orders. Gold and black ink on heavy grey card. Includes a free instant download of the entire album emailed to you on the day of release.
LP || 180g heavyweight LP comes in a beautiful matt finished sleeve with black inner polythene lined paper sleeve. Includes a free instant download of the entire album emailed to you on the day of release.
CD || Housed in a 6 panel matt finished digifile sleeve. Includes a free instant download of the entire album emailed to you on the day of release.
DIGITAL || Download in 320kbps MP3
Caul is the new album from Last Harbour. Based in the northern English city of Manchester, Last Harbour play music with a dark, gothic heart yet their songs are always beautiful and transcendent. After working with producer Richard Formby (Wild Beasts, Spacemen 3, Ghostpoet) on two previous albums, the band took time out after touring to build their own studio in 2013. This new album was recorded in that self-created space over a year between 2013-4 and bears testament to a patient and detailed recording process that allowed time for experimentation and careful arrangement. Caul contains all of the bandâ€™s trademark bruised laments and doom-filled rock, but there is also an added layer of raw, bleak experimentation that marries ideally and simultaneously with brighter, almost joyous moments.
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