Cold Specks is set to share a selection of new tracks from her ‘Neuroplasticity’ album, with the whole thing available for streaming on 22nd August.
That process begins today, with the unveiling of ‘Bodies at Bay’. It arrives alongside a video directed by Josh Reichmann, which pits Al Spx in a smoky environment. The song itself is a far cry from material on the 2012 debt ‘I Predict a Graceful Expulsion’ - if anything it’s a brief foray into alternative rock territory, with clipped guitar notes stealing the scene.
‘Neuroplasticity’ is out 25th August. Cold Specks is set to play the following UK dates:
29 London, Rough Trade East
29-31 Dorset, End of the Road Festival
25 Porstmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
28 Bristol, Colston Hall 2, The Lantern
29 Brighton, Green Door Store
30 London, Village Underground
01 Manchester, Band on the Wall
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An intriguingly personal record.
The track features on last year’s ‘Neuroplasticity’.
Too cold and distancing to be able to connect to.
The track features on Al’s new album, ‘Neuroplasticity’.