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To Believe (Indie Exclusive 180g, Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP

DominoSKU lp-10340

5th full-length album from UK downtempo scientists
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The Cinematic Orchestra are back with their first new album since 2007's Ma Fleur. Their singular soundscapes of deconstructed jazz, spacious instrumental arrangements and crystalline sound design reveal dazzling new facets with each listen, commanding repeat spins and long gestation periods between records. It's as if Jason Swincoe and Dom Smith only surface when they really feel they have something to say, and on To Believe they communicate their mission through the voices of Moses Sumney, Beverly Tawiah, Larry Brown and Heidi Voge, with Brainfeeder's Dorian Concept credited with co-production. To Believe sees the band re-uniting with Roots Manuva, who was previously featured on the sublime "All Things To All Men" from their 2002 album Every Day, for the urgent "A Caged Bird/Imitations of Life," teased previously on a super-limited 12" single. Indie exclusive 180g double vinyl pressing, one clear LP, one white LP, designed by The Designers Republic™ (Warp, Aphex Twin) with code for digital download.

  • 180g double colored vinyl; one clear LP / one white LP
  • indie exclusive
  • foil-stamped jacket
  • glossy printed inner sleeves
  • packaging designed by The Designers Republic™
  • digital download included
  • music label: Domino 2019
reviewed by Ed 209 01/2019
UPC: 02910554

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