Thank you Twisted Soul 🙂
A huge thank you to Jane Cornwell at the Evening Standard for this lovely review. We’re a very happy band 🙂
Love this narrative interpretation of The Search – go to the original post to see the full story!
Collocutor`s music tells tales. The band`s debut, Instead, had the vibe of Tom Waits running with Rain Dogs and Beats through Sondheim and Bernstein`s gangland Westside. Of Nelson Algren and Hubert Selby Jr.`s NYC. Junk and Tra La La. Late night rapping with Kerouac and Cassady, high on Benzedrine and Tea. Poetry and all that Jazz. The artwork to their sophomore release, The Search, also inspires imagined narratives. With graphics that hark back to the heyday of Straight No Chaser. When Jazz meant everything new. Where a bright collage of patterns and geometrics describe mountains and rivers. Reflect a super red sun in orange and purple. Demark a citadel. Towers and minarets. Watched over by all-seeing eyes. Our hosts, the players, wrapped in magical, psychedelic cloaks. Given this colourful landscape, this time out perhaps the story Collocutor aim to spin is more One Thousand and One Nights
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We’re very excited, the wait for our new album is nearly over!
Head across to bandcamp to preorder your copy, featuring artwork by the amazing Victoria Topping and some special extras with the limited edition vinyl….just click the link in the player!
A great way to round off 2016!
Way back in January we went into the studio to record our second album ‘The Search’. Test presses finally landed a few weeks ago, and one of the tracks was featured on Gilles Peterson’s BBC 6Music show on 17th December:
News about the release date coming soon!