Eclectic mob stream new track
Your Favorite Enemies are six chaotic individuals who collectively let go of their own self-depraved illusionary make-believes to surrender to the inner noises of moments they communally turned into songs, thus giving birth to a musical journey defined by an assumed incarnation of epiphanic catastrophes, raging contemplation and transfiguring uplift.
The band take influence from artists such as Sonic Youth, Fugazi, My Bloody Valentine and Mars Volta, and their unique and eclectic sound brings together fanatics from various musical backgrounds into a defining communion of high level noise, post-punk, psych, shoegaze and prog rock. From reflections about the nature of letting go, redemption and mercifulness to rumination about faith, forgiveness, grace and absolution.
Originally released in 2014 the band are set to re-issue a deluxe edition of their album ‘Between Illness and Migration – Deluxe: Tokyo Sessions’ on 17th June (Graphite Records), their most personal, honest and emotionally visceral work yet. The band comment on new track ‘Empire of Sorrows’:
Mixed by the estimable John Agnello (Sonic youth, Dinosaur Jr., The Kills), and recorded and produced in the band’s own studio (a former catholic church) the deluxe version features new additional songs.