Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Track Of The Day: Thought Forms - 'Forget My Name'

Brand new music from the excellent Wiltshire outfit Thought Forms, who release their third album 'Songs For Drowning' in a couple of months time. The band have become a four-piece with the addition of Portishead bassist Jim Barr, who joins Deej Dhariwal, Charlie Romijn and Guy Metcalfe. Expanding on their fondness for exploratory post-rock/noise/shoegaze sounds, the album's opening track 'Forget My Name' exhibits a more streamlined, melodic side to the Thought Forms sound, casting an atmospheric spell with its entrancing harmonies. 

Consisting of 9 tracks, and complete with stunning artwork from Chris Reeder, 'Songs About Drowning' will be released on November 4 via Invada Records, and will come in a variety of different formats. You can pre-order the record HERE via the band's PledgeMusic page, where a massive range of other very special items and experiences are up for grabs. These include handwritten lyric books, rare test pressings, your very own private Thought Forms gig and even the opportunity to have your song remixed by the band.

Thought Forms are playing a number of gigs in the UK and Europe this autumn, and more info can be found on their Facebook page HERE.


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