Listening Post

The title track from Timber Timbre’s excellent ‘Sincerely, Future Pollution’ now has this disturbing animated video

The band are coming back to Europe with a new tour

We’ve said it before, but it’s worth repeating, Timber Timbre‘s ‘Sincerely, Future Pollution’ has been one of the slow-burning mainstays on our hi-fi stereo this last couple of months, an LP we regularly return to.

It’s a wallower – an atmospheric, enveloping album that makes the best company on cold grey days and dark nights. It makes sense to that it was recorded in a studio in a chateau outside Paris (La Frette). It’s out now, on City Slang.

Now, the Montreal band are sharing a new video for one its highlights, the title track, ‘Sincerely, Future Pollution’. The clip was directed, animated and produced by Joël Vaudreuil400;”>.

It’s a haunting, slightly disturbing piece of work…

Timber Timbre have also freshly announced a huge European tour. In the run, there’s string of UK live shows happening in the autumn. They’ll be appearing at the following places on these dates:

Paredes de Coura, Festival Paredes de Coura – 17 August
Thisted, Alive Festival – 19
Brecon Beacons, Green Man – 20
Bristol, Thekla – 21
Bochum, Ruhrtriennale – 23
Storkow, Alinae Lumr – 25
Saint Cloud, Rock en Seine – 26
Turin, Today’s Festival – 27
Ravenna, Hana-Bi – 28
Tel Aviv, Barby Club – 30

Vlieland, Into The Great Wide Open – 1 September
Larmer Tree Gardens, End of the Road – 3
Berlin, Heimathafen – 21
Hamburg, Reeperbahn – 22
Dresden, Beatpol – 24
Prague, Nod – 26
Ljubljana, Cuk Kino Siska – 28
Rome, Monk Club – 30

Padova, Circola Mame – 1 October
Zurich, Plaza – 2
Milan, Salumeria Della Musica – 3
Lyon, L’epicerie Moderne – 7
Montpellier, Festival Internationals – 9
Nantes, Stereolux – 10
Bruges, Cactus Club – 13
Brighton, The Haunt – 15
London, Oslo – 16
London, Bush Hall – 17

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