Efterklang have surprise-released a brand new EP referred to as Plexiglass to coincide with the summer time solstice, also referred to as the longest day of the 12 months. The Danish band’s final venture was the full-length Windflowers, which got here out final fall. Plexiglass options 5 new tracks and consists of contributions from Underworld’s Karl Hyde, Katinka Fogh Vindelev, and extra.
“Plexiglass is a mid-summer bouquet of varied varieties – new and older tune seeds we’ve nurtured and bred in cohesion with one another, with assist from so many expensive and gifted associates,” the band’s Casper Clausen mentioned in a press release, persevering with:
Plexiglass feels just like the darker facet to Windflowers, a spot the place we dared to stare a bit deeper into the shadows of our sound and songwriting. At occasions it propels me again to our early work on Tripper and Parades, for instance the glitchiness of “Rain Take Me Again Himalaya” and the journey of “Restricted Reminiscence”- I’m very grateful that these songs discovered a option to be part of one another on Plexiglass.
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The Plexiglass EP is out now. You’ll be able to pre-order a restricted version vinyl right here.