EP Review Another Sky - Life Was Coming Through The Blinds4 Stars
A glimpse into how Another Sky are a band capable of deftly soundtracking the looming future.
South Londoners Another Sky have been releasing a steady stream of singles over the past year, going from strength to strength with each passing nugget. Anchored by lead singer Catrin Vincent’s haunting, androgynous vocals, they take cues from experimental post-rock heroes Talk Talk and Radiohead to create grandiose, intricate soundscapes. The quartet’s new EP is led by track ‘The Cracks’, a paean dedicated to young revolutionary hopefuls trying to make the world a better place than the one they grew up in. Doused in vivid, eerie imagery that blends politically-aware themes of loneliness, anxiety and how to find deeper purpose in an already broken world, the four-track offering is a glimpse into how Another Sky are a band capable of deftly soundtracking the looming future.
Another Sky: “We’ve pushed ourselves into the unknown again”
We caught up with the quartet to discover more about their new material.
Another Sky return with two new songs ‘Psychopath’ & ‘Watching Basinski’
The alt-rockers have also signed to Republic Records in the US.
Another Sky - Music For Winter Vol. 1
Epressing bleakness in a way that is itself engaging is not an easy feat, and this EP is a commendable attempt.
Another Sky release ‘Sun Seeker’
Lifted from their 'Music For Winter Vol. 1' EP.