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Modern Nature - Annual limited edition vinyl

MODERN NATURE - ANNUAL VINYL (SUPER LTD. ED. 'LOVE RECORD STORES' 'ARMY' GREEN)

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SUPER LIMITED EDITION 'LOVE RECORD STORES' ALBUMS OF THE YEAR 'ARMY' GREEN VINYL

Release Date: 29th January 2021

Super limited edition pressing of only 500. 

A mini album follow-up to the band's debut album from last year, How To Live. Modern Nature is Jack Cooper's new band having previously steered the likes of Mazes and Ultimate Painting and with Annual, Cooper & Co. have created a lean-in little gem of expansive and atmospheric folk-rock!

For Fans Of/You May Also Like: Mazes, Ultimate Painting, Nap Eyes, Rose City Band

 

"Modern Nature have announced news of a new 7- track mini-album titled ‘Annual’. Released in August 2019, Modern Nature’s debut album – ‘How To Live’ - crossed the urban and rural into each other. Plaintive cello strains melted into motorik beats. Pastoral field recordings drifted through looping guitar figures. Rising melodies shone with reflective saxophone accents, placing the record somewhere between the subtle mediations of Talk Talk, the stirring folk of Anne Briggs and the atmospheric waves of Harmonia. The album was met with universal acclaim and featured in a number of publication’s ‘Best Of 2019’ lists. As the group took the album out on the road, Modern Nature became something even more expansive. “It feels like there's scope and room to grow. I want the group to feel fluid and that whoever's playing with us can express themselves and interpret what they think this music is” says bandleader Jack Cooper. Their new mini-album ‘Annual’, recorded in December 2019 at Gizzard Studio in London, is another step towards something more liberated and a world away from the sound of Jack Cooper's previous bands. Will Young sits this one out, concentrating on his work with Beak, but How To Live collaborator Jeff Tobias takes a more central role, alongside percussionist Jim Wallis."