Posted in Press Releases on 28 January 2015
Over the last year, London-based East India Youth has combined strikingly original music with euphoric live performances and has quickly become recognised as one of the most experimental and captivating artists around.
India Youth announces details of his brand new album titled CULTURE OF VOLUME; his first since signing to XL Recordings. The record follows his critically acclaimed debut album TOTAL STRIFE FOREVER (released in January 2014 on Stolen Records) that went on to be nominated for the Mercury Prize.
Mostly recorded and produced in his bedroom at home in London and named after a fragment of verse from the poem 'Monument' by Rick Holland, CULTURE OF VOLUME was mixed by Graham Sutton and the artwork was created by visual artist Dan Tombs (inspired by Andy Warhol's experiments with computer technology). The full tracklisting is as follows:
5.HEARTS THAT NEVER
8.DON'T LOOK BACKWARDS
9.MANNER OF WORDS
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