Childhood have opened their minds to possibility when it comes to debut album ‘Lacuna’, apparently. Working in a strobe, smoke filled studio with producer Dan Carey, the now London-based group embraced their inner psych, allowing themselves to be vulnerable to the odd prog solo.
As it turned out, Childhood did well to keep things on a leash. When it comes to a new Jack Savidge from Friendly Fires remix of ‘Falls Away’, however, things turn out different.
The giant disco stomper of a remix is streaming now, bringing bongos and DFA-approved punches to an already ‘out there’ track. It ranks as one of the best remixes in yonks.
25 London, Electric Ballroom (with Interpol)
17-20 Suffolk, Latitude Festival
25 Berlin, Greenville Festival
11 London, Rough Trade East
13 London, Oslo
05-07 Portmeirion, Festival Number 6
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