NOMINATED FOR AN INDEPENDENT MUSIC AWARD
SPOTTISWOODE & HIS ENEMIES' sixth studio recording is a haunting departure for the New York septet. After winning two Independent Music Awards for 2012’s Wild Goosechase Expedition - a poppy and satirical romp about a rock band’s doomed tour - the band returns with a beautiful and much more atmospheric set.
It’s an English record, written and sung by an Englishman but recorded in Brooklyn by a New York band. “Our fourth record, Salvation, was Americana,” says Spottiswoode. “This time we’ve gone Anglicana and made a pastoral collection of songs about nature, love, childhood and the other side of the pond. It sounds different from anything we’ve done before. Organic and very open.”
Produced by Riley McMahon.