Friday, June 06, 2014

Zulu Winter Reveal Details Of New Album 'Stutter'

London indie rock five piece Zulu Winter have revealed more details for their highly anticipated new album 'Stutter', which is  due for release on July 21 via Fierce Panda.

The follow-up to their 2012 debut album 'Language', is a collection of studio and home recordings the band "didn't want to fester on a hard drive somewhere", 'Stutter' - as the title may or may not suggest – has evolved into a celebration of these never- (and almost never EVER-) released songs.

According to the press release, "‘Stutter’ is: ten songs breaks all known mini-album length rules, for a start. For a follow-up three of these tunes reached the stage of recorded completion in the studio - we'll leave you to guess which ones - while the other seven tracks were ostensibly angelic demos, musical ghosts looking for a dignified burial. Not for nothing did we want to call this record 'Worked In Progress'."

Two days ago the band revealed the album's first taste with the song "Heavy Rain" and its accompanied video, and also announced it will be their last release as ZW. Yesterday (June 5), they confirmed via their Facebook page, that they have decided that it's time to try out some new projects.

The post reads: Hello all. We realise we've been a little quiet recently. We've been doing a lot of thinking and talking and after nearly 15 years of playing in the same band have decided that it's time to try out some new projects. There's no love lost and we'll still be writing together in various forms but for the moment it won't be as Zulu Winter. 

We want to say thanks to everyone that supported us over the years. It's been long and hard but mainly it's been fun and musical. Although that's it for the moment who knows what will happen in the future. 
Big Love

01. Trigger
02. Games
03. Heavy Rain
04. Feel Love
05. Other Man
06. Need You Onside
07. Silence Is Golden
08. The Drift
09. Let Sleep Close Your Eyes
10. Bodies

Pre-order Stutter here.

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