The Weight Of The Sun

Modern Studies

8th May 2020 - Album - FIRE598

New album from kosmiche folk-rock quartet Modern Studies. A glorious compendium of haunted disco hallelujahs, mercurial krautrock chorales, cosmic pop adagios and euphoric, resilient, anthems.

The Weight of the Sun’ sees principal songwriters Emily Scott and Rob St John further their warm, esoteric field studies with Pete Harvey and Joe Smillie, as previously reconnoitred on ‘Swell To Great’ (2016) and ‘Welcome Strangers’ (2018).

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New album from kosmiche folk-rock quartet Modern Studies. A glorious compendium of haunted disco hallelujahs, mercurial krautrock chorales, cosmic pop adagios and euphoric, resilient, anthems.

The Weight of the Sun’ sees principal songwriters Emily Scott and Rob St John further their warm, esoteric field studies with Pete Harvey and Joe Smillie, as previously reconnoitred on ‘Swell To Great’ (2016) and ‘Welcome Strangers’ (2018).

The exact point where Fairport Convention meet Jim O’Rourke at a remote Scottish railway station.Tim Burgess

Melancholic magic… recalls Johnny Marr’s hazier reveries and the febrile, electrified folk of Polly Harvey’s Let England Shake.UNCUT

There is a strange familiarity, and a welcome strangeness, in the quiet alchemy of Modern Studies.

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Tracklist

1. Photograph
2. Run For Cover
3. Heavy Water
4. She
5. Corridors
6. Signs Of Use
7. Brother
8. The Blue Of Distance
9. Back To The City
10. Jaqueline
11. Spaces
12. Shape Of Light

Description

 

New album from kosmiche folk-rock quartet Modern Studies. A glorious compendium of haunted disco hallelujahs, mercurial krautrock chorales, cosmic pop adagios and euphoric, resilient, anthems.

The Weight of the Sun’ sees principal songwriters Emily Scott and Rob St John further their warm, esoteric field studies with Pete Harvey and Joe Smillie, as previously reconnoitred on ‘Swell To Great’ (2016) and ‘Welcome Strangers’ (2018).

The exact point where Fairport Convention meet Jim O’Rourke at a remote Scottish railway station.Tim Burgess

Melancholic magic… recalls Johnny Marr’s hazier reveries and the febrile, electrified folk of Polly Harvey’s Let England Shake.UNCUT

There is a strange familiarity, and a welcome strangeness, in the quiet alchemy of Modern Studies.

Description

 

New album from kosmiche folk-rock quartet Modern Studies. A glorious compendium of haunted disco hallelujahs, mercurial krautrock chorales, cosmic pop adagios and euphoric, resilient, anthems.

The Weight of the Sun’ sees principal songwriters Emily Scott and Rob St John further their warm, esoteric field studies with Pete Harvey and Joe Smillie, as previously reconnoitred on ‘Swell To Great’ (2016) and ‘Welcome Strangers’ (2018).

The exact point where Fairport Convention meet Jim O’Rourke at a remote Scottish railway station.Tim Burgess

Melancholic magic… recalls Johnny Marr’s hazier reveries and the febrile, electrified folk of Polly Harvey’s Let England Shake.UNCUT

There is a strange familiarity, and a welcome strangeness, in the quiet alchemy of Modern Studies.

Tracklist

1. Photograph
2. Run For Cover
3. Heavy Water
4. She
5. Corridors
6. Signs Of Use
7. Brother
8. The Blue Of Distance
9. Back To The City
10. Jaqueline
11. Spaces
12. Shape Of Light

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