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Archive – Call To Arms & Angels (2022)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time – 01:43:49 minutes | 1,14 GBGenre: Alternative Rock, Trip-Hop
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Call To Arms and Angels is the title of the twelfth studio album from South London collective Archive. A 17 track double album (triple LP) recorded at RAK studios in London. Deluxe editions of the album also include a bonus soundtrack album of new and exclusive instrumentals, as featured in the band’s Super 8 documentary that will accompany the release of the album. Produced by Archive and long time collaborator Jérome Devoise, Call To Arms and Angels is the band’s first studio set since 2016’s The False Foundation.

alking about the new album Darius Keeler says, “Writing our twelfth studio album was an extraordinary time for the band. The song writing became an unfolding narrative as the world got stranger and more disturbing everyday. With people’s freedoms being pushed to the brink, the suffering Covid caused and the terrible events in the US lead by Trump and the rise of the Right, anything seemed possible.

To reflect on these times as artists brought up a darkness and an anger, but also a strange kind of inspiration that was at times unsettling. It really made us appreciate the power of music and how lucky we are to be able to express our feelings in this way. It seems there is light at the end of the tunnel, but there are always shadows within that light”.
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Archive – Call To Arms & Angels (2022)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time – 01:43:49 minutes | 1,14 GBGenre: Alternative Rock, Trip-Hop
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Dangervisit

Call To Arms and Angels is the title of the twelfth studio album from South London collective Archive. A 17 track double album (triple LP) recorded at RAK studios in London. Deluxe editions of the album also include a bonus soundtrack album of new and exclusive instrumentals, as featured in the band’s Super 8 documentary that will accompany the release of the album. Produced by Archive and long time collaborator Jérome Devoise, Call To Arms and Angels is the band’s first studio set since 2016’s The False Foundation.

alking about the new album Darius Keeler says, “Writing our twelfth studio album was an extraordinary time for the band. The song writing became an unfolding narrative as the world got stranger and more disturbing everyday. With people’s freedoms being pushed to the brink, the suffering Covid caused and the terrible events in the US lead by Trump and the rise of the Right, anything seemed possible.

To reflect on these times as artists brought up a darkness and an anger, but also a strange kind of inspiration that was at times unsettling. It really made us appreciate the power of music and how lucky we are to be able to express our feelings in this way. It seems there is light at the end of the tunnel, but there are always shadows within that light”.

After celebrating their 25-year anniversary with three albums (a 42-track anthology compilation entitled twenty-five, and two albums called Versions et Versions Remixed which revisit their classic tracks), all released between 2019 and 2020, Archive are back with their 12th studio album. Six years after The False Foundation (2016), the English band have dropped a XXL double record including 17 tracks that are not in any way undermined by the FM format. Recorded by the legendary RAK studios in London (where the Who, the Cure, Radiohead, Muse and Placebo have also recorded), Call to Arms & Angels was inspired by “a world that’s becoming stranger and more troubling every day.” This is a darker record, shown through the distorted guitars that transport us back to the band’s prog rock of the 90s. However, Archive takes this concept a bit further, driving crowds wild and helping listeners let off some steam with synthetic post-punk tracks like Numbers and The Crown. This London group handles contrast as well as they always have, as evidenced in Enemy with Pollard Berrier’s vocals (which are also present on the more pop-inspired track Fear There & Everywhere) and on Daytime Coma (featuring Dave Pen from BirdPen), a 14-minute epic that sits somewhere between rock and electronica. This track is both hypnotic and moving and is a treat for both body and mind: the trademark of a successful band that’s as trailblazing as ever. – Smaël Bouaici

Tracklist:

1-01. Archive – Surrounded By Ghosts (04:30)
1-02. Archive – Mr Daisy (03:59)
1-03. Archive – Fear There & Everywhere (04:41)
1-04. Archive – Numbers (04:14)
1-05. Archive – Shouting Within (04:48)
1-06. Archive – Daytime Coma (14:34)
1-07. Archive – Head Heavy (05:13)
1-08. Archive – Enemy (08:38)
1-09. Archive – Every Single Day (04:18)
1-10. Archive – Freedom (09:40)
1-11. Archive – All That I Have (06:28)
1-12. Archive – Frying Paint (04:49)
1-13. Archive – We Are The Same (03:58)
1-14. Archive – Alive (03:44)
1-15. Archive – Everything’s Alright (03:11)
1-16. Archive – The Crown (08:31)
1-17. Archive – Gold (08:25)

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