RESTIVE NATION release their video for single ‘Marionettist‘, new self-titled album out now.Check out the video here:

With the release of their excellent self-titled debut last month, Irish Electronic/Prog-Crossover crew, Restive Nation have unveiled an awesome animated video for their new single ‘The Marionettist’

The Marionettist‘ sees the band tip the hat to early millennium electronic genre, all-the-while keep their unique trademark sound. The single follows the bands’ recent release of their highly-anticipated debut full-length LP, which was independently digitally on February 25th with vinyl pressings due in the coming months with pre-orders now live. Click here to secure your pressing.
The band drafted in the talented animated services of Simon Prunty. Check out the new single, ‘The Marionettist’ here:  
Bassist, Timmy Lynch [pic below] comments on the track; “The Marionettist is a trip-hop infused progressive rock track with influences ranging from Massive AttackOceansize and Karnivool. Theres a unique blend of electronic elements which are reminiscent of early ’00s electronic music. It starts quite funky but later progresses to a much darker themed song.”
Their self-titled new album is out now [on all good streaming sites] and is also available for pre-order if you’re a fan of vinyl. This will be Restive Nation’s debut vinyl pressing and to celebrate the release, a small batch of pressing will come with a random limited art print [designed by Mainstagedesign] taken from a selection of designs that reflect each track on the album.
You can order your copy here.
Track listing: 
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Bedtime Stories
Red Mist
The Marionettist
Dyatlov Pass
White Ural
Restive Nation [Self-Titled] is out NOW on all good streaming platforms. A very limited number of vinyl are now available for pre-order with the first 120 copies containing an exclusive limited edition art print, designed by MainStage Design Studios.  
Vinyl orders can be accessed via this link 
For more information, please visit album orders here.

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