northern English city of Manchester, Last Harbour play music with a
dark, gothic heart yet their songs are always beautiful and
transcendent. After working with producer Richard Formby (Wild Beasts,
Spacemen 3, Ghostpoet) on two previous albums, the band took time out
after touring to build their own studio in 2013. This new album was
recorded in that self-created space over a year between 2013-4 and bears
testament to a patient and detailed recording process that allowed time
for experimentation and careful arrangement. Caul contains all
of the band’s trademark bruised laments and doom-filled rock, but there
is also an added layer of raw, bleak experimentation that marries
ideally and simultaneously with brighter, almost joyous moments.
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