New Peaking Lights Album Drops In October
LA husband and wife duo Peaking Lights have announced that they will be releasing their sixth (or is that seventh?) long player this October. Titled 'Cosmic Logic', the album will be released through the Weird World label on October 6th. A first single, the dubby pop of 'Breakdown', has appeared online, give it a listen below.
Recorded by the band themselves in their newly built Los Angeles studio, many of the sounds used on Cosmic Logic were designed by Coyes himself over the eighteen months of its making. The record was completed with the help of Matt Thornley (DFA, LCD Soundsystem) at C’mpny Studios in LA in the spring of 2014. We've not heard much of it yet, but the press releases is claiming the record touchs on "Jamaican digital dancehall, Cosmic Italo, Chicago house and acid house, Afrobeat and Zamrock, early west coast hip-hop and disco boogie crossover", which means it'll either sound like A) a glorious melting pot of influence or B) a total shambles. To be fair, Peaking Lights have shown time and again how easily they can distill disperate elements into a cohesive whole, so we're guessing (hoping!) it'll be the former.
'Cosmic Logic' will be available on download, CD and deluxe LP – you can get you preorders in via Weird World
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