Friday, February 26, 2010

Tunng get lost in music


EXPERIMENTAL folk band Tunng's new album is out on Monday - and you should be licking your lips in anticipation.
The folktronica on ...And Then We Saw Land, their fourth studio album, is rich with warm trad folk tinkerings and vocals skewed by subtle, thoughtful production and a wealth of unexpected instrumentation throughout.
And this exploratory streak is also shown in the group's disdain for traditional song structures.
As a result, despite the traditional basis of the sounds, the album is a meandering voyage of a listen, with the London-based band an intrepid guide to take you exploring down unexpected musical paths.

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