TO BELIEVE by THE CINEMATIC ORCHESTRA

SKU108016
ArtistTHE CINEMATIC ORCHESTRA
TitleTO BELIEVE
LabelNINJA TUNE
Catalog #ZEN 226
Genre
ReleaseW 13 - 2019
FormatVinyl - UK2LP
Import
€ 24,50incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Tracks

  1. To Believe (feat. Moses Sumney)
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/z/zen_226/1.mp3
  2. A Caged Bird/Imitations of Life (feat. Roots Manuva)
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/z/zen_226/2.mp3
  3. Lessons
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/z/zen_226/3.mp3
  4. Wait For Now/Leave The World (feat. Tawiah)
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/z/zen_226/4.mp3
  5. The Workers of Art
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/z/zen_226/5.mp3
  6. Zero One/This Fantasy (feat. Grey Reverend)
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/z/zen_226/6.mp3
  7. A Promise (feat. Heidi Vogel)
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/z/zen_226/7.mp3

Description

The Cinematic Orchestra are back with a definitive new album that explores a timeless question of vital importance in 2019 - what to believe?

Founding member Jason Swinscoe and longtime partner Dominic Smith have enlisted album contributions from collaborators old and new: Moses Sumney, Roots Manuva, Heidi Vogel, Grey Reverend (vocalist on Bonobo’s 'First Fires’), Dorian Concept and Tawiah (Mark Ronson, Kindness), Miguel Atwood-Ferguson (Flying Lotus, Anderson Paak, Thundercat, Hiatus Kaiyote) features on strings and photographer and visual artist Brian “B+” Cross collaborated with Swinscoe and Smith on the album’s concept. The record was mixed by multiple Grammy winner Tom Elmhirst (David Bowie, Frank Ocean, Adele) in Jimi Hendrix’s legendary Electric Lady studios. The album artwork comes courtesy of The Designers Republic™ (Aphex Twin).

The album announce is marked by the general release of new single ‘A Caged Bird/Imitations of Life’ featuring Roots Manuva. The track, revealed via an innovative website only accessible on offline devices - a paradox illuminating the album’s core question of what to believe, was available initially on 12" in independent record stores and sold out in a matter of hours. The artists first collaborated in 2002 on fan favourite ‘All Things to All Men’, 17 years later the partnership has lost none of its urgency and searing insight as Roots Manuva laments how our “situation is strange to us, stranger things are claiming us” over a pounding, hypnotic rhythm section that concedes to the choruses’ soaring strings.

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