Spiritualized - And Nothing Hurt limited edition vinyl
Spiritualized - And Nothing Hurt deluxe vinyl

SPIRITUALIZED - AND NOTHING HURT VINYL (LTD. ED. WHITE / LTD. DELUXE ED. ORANGE BOXSET)

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VERSION 1: LIMITED EDITION WHITE VINYL

VERSION 2: LIMITED DELUXE EDITION ORANGE VINYL BOXSET + 24-PAGE BOOKLET

Release Date: 7th September 2018

The potentially final Spiritualized album from Jason Pierce, aka J.Spaceman, is finally here to follow up 2012’s Sweet Heart, Sweet Light. Recorded almost entirely in his East London flat, And Nothing Hurt is a bitter-sweet melancholic roof-top-off trip down dusty open roads. Showered with layers of guitars, horns, strings and synths in it's climatic moments and subtly hushed in it's intimate moments, as if you can feel J.Spaceman recording it late at night not wanted to wake anyone. Get yourself Spiritualized! 

For Fans Of: Yo La Tengo, Woodenshjips, Slowdive, Ride

 

"And Nothing Hurt - Spiritualized’s eighth album, the follow up to 2012’s Sweet Heart, Sweet Light. From the opening lullaby of A Perfect Miracle through to the fading Morse Code at the close of Sail on Through, it painstakingly wraps layer upon layer of gloriously transcendent sound together to create a mesmerizing and cinematic collection of songs. There are points – the thunderous climax of On the Sunshine; the spectral waltz of The Prize; the towering guitar solo on I’m Your Man – where the waves of blissful noise are almost overwhelming, where one can imagine the studio’s speakers vibrating themselves off of the walls. Which is an incredible feat when you discover that the album was conceived and recorded almost entirely by one man – Jason Pierce, AKA J.Spaceman - in an upstairs room in his east London home. For the listener, the nine tracks on And Nothing Hurt effortlessly replicate the scale and power of Spiritualized’s previous releases, whether it’s the sonic blowback of On the Sunshine, the last dime in the jukebox love letter of Let’s Dance or the swell of an imaginary orchestra that seems to lift Damaged towards the heavens as it plays out."