Coldbones Get Lost


South-East coast post-rockers COLDBONES have released ‘Lost’, the latest video from the band’s upcoming debut album Where It All Began, set for release on 6 April via Crooked Noise Records.

Premiered via Prog magazine, check it out here:

The band have also announced a UK headline tour, check them out on one of the following dates:

06.04 UCA Bar – Canterbury
07.04 Central Studio – Basingstoke
08.04 Mother’s Ruin – Bristol
09.04 Broadcast – Glasgow
11.04 Asylum 2 – Birmingham
12.04 229 – London

Pre-order Where It All Began here (physical) and (digital).

Combining elements of prog, shoegaze, metal and atmospheric soundscapes, COLDBONES present a fresh and engaging take on post rock. Intelligent arrangements and atmospheric layers are plentiful and there are many curve-balls to shock and surprise, which are masterfully weaved into eight concise tracks.

Where It All Began tells the story of a butterfly’s life, with each track representing a key moment in its journey. From the ‘Caspases’ enzymes that start the transformation process in the cocoon, to discovering ‘New Heights’ in flight, through to the unknown after death in ‘To Whatever End’, Where It All Began is a fascinating and beautiful musical journey. And with every track performed soley with drums, bass and guitars, their analogue and organic approach adds warmth, personality and a rawness unique to the band.

Since their inception, COLDBONES have slowly but surely built a passionate fanbase: an early tour with Elephantis helped put them on the map, then a more recent tour with Tides Of Man saw fans hailing them as the most exciting new band in post-rock. This is also in part due to their phenomenal live show, where their music is complemented by mesmerising homemade visuals; a true testament to their DIY ethic and skills.

2018 will not only see them release this much anticipated debut album, but also touring the UK and beyond. More news announced soon.

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