Fourteen Nights At Sea, along with Hobbledehoy Records, are back on our radar with the third full-length release from the Australian 5-piece.Â Whether or not you’ve happened across the previousÂ posts we’ve writtenÂ on FNAS,Â there’s never a wrong place to start. With a soundscape that ventures a foggy, coastal morning — they deliver. It’s music that’s meant to be digested and understood intently. The ambiance and the atmospheres conveyed here are sure to grow with each and every listen you delve into.
Pre-orders are available now for one of two options: 100 on Black and 200 on White w/ Grey Haze. Given that it’s Australian shipping… you might even want to digÂ into the Hobbledehoy catalog and add an item or two just to getÂ your moneys worth! They’ve got plenty in their arsenal!!
Released November 20, 2015
2LP / CD / Digital
First Press: 300 (/100 Black, /200 White w/ Grey Haze) (5 test presses)
Fourteen Nights At Sea has fashioned a third full-length album of tremendous beauty and depth, played with a dark, wistful restraint throughout. Minor Light is eerie and iridescent, composed and captured with mesmerising attention to detail, guided by the bandâ€™s most intricate and intimate guitar passages to date, full of delicate transitions and soulful punctuations. While the band works with the transition between Drew Watson and long time friend / engineer Lara Soulio, a stronger FNAS works its slow build and burn with newfound patience, sinuousness and ferocity.
It is tricky to distill what has made FNAS so compelling to so many critics and fans over their almost decade-long history. More than ever, the players keep their heads down, creating wonderful multi-movement instrumental works, overflowing with attention to tone and timbre.
The LP is pressed on virgin vinyl and comes in a heavyweight jacket with black flood printed inner sleeves and download code for a digital copy of the album.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive