Edinburgh based trio Stillhound recently announced the release of ‘Bury Everything’ alongside album opener ‘Spring Conscious,’ a vast and soaring pop track with Foals-esque guitar intricacies and towering chorus. Here ‘Time Enough For Love’ and it’s gossamer electronics provide a fitting backdrop for singer Fergus Cook’s hushed yet urgent vocals. Watch here.
Consisting of Fergus, Laurie Corlett-Donald and Dave Lloyd, the band take inspiration from art, geography and the far flung soundscapes of their homeland, creating an avant-pop record with glacial electronics and packed with unashamed synth pop moments. Laced with twinkling piano chords and gentle guitar riffs, ‘Bury Everything’ is set for release on 23rd September via Lost Oscillation Records. Additional production and mixing was undertaken by Gareth Jones (Depeche Mode, Interpol, Grizzly Bear) and mastering was undertaken by Alex Wharton at Abbey Road.
Stillhound’s live set is ready and with an arsenal of new tracks up their sleeve, they look ready to pick up the electronic-pop mantle and make 2016 their own.
Spring Conscious / Time Enough For Love / Lofty Ambitions / Think This Way / Mountain Rescue / Shy / Summer Nightmares / Seethe Unseen / When Ghosts Get Angry / Bury Everything