Manchester post-punk stalwarts Inca Babies have returned with their new single "Walk in the Park" and its accompanying music video.
The song is taken from their forthcoming eighth studio album 'Swamp Street Soul', their first in 7 years, which will be available on November 23 through Sonic Blew/[PIAS]. Pre-order your copy here.
Produced by Simon ‘Ding’ Archer (The Fall, PJ Harvey) at 6Db Studios, the clarity and fullness of sound on this new album surpasses that of any previous Inca release. This 11-track offering includes a re-visitation of 'Crawling Garage Gasoline', originally released on the 'Surfin’ in Locustland' EP back in 1985 and also recorded for the Incas' third John Peel session in June that year.
‘Swamp Street Soul’ takes you across a tightly euphoric path of differing moods and new arenas of guitar song writing. The Album continues the inca babies explosive exploration of Goth punk and trash blues sharing space with death rock grunge and cautionary ballads.
With a walking blues beat and infectious guitar lick, this feels like a reminiscing stroll through bluesy post-punk musings - as easy as a walk in the park.
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