six toes feat. dave gahan

Now here’s something a little special, forthcoming sometime early next year from Norfolk based collective Six Toes will be a new full length entitled ’the morning after’ though before that ’low guns’ will be sent ahead to serve as a heralding indicator of what to expect among the grooves of which you’ll find the bruised and withdrawn tones of a certain Dave Gahan – indeed he of Depeche Mode fame. Seems Mr Gahan was much taken with the ensembles mixes for the Mode over the years that when the call came to assist he literally jumped at the opportunity. Just slightly scraping the sub six minute ticker tape, ’low guns’ is emotionally exhaustive, sumptuously cradled in shimmering autumnal string shivers all hollowed by an aching noir folk classicism that trembles to a delicately alluring fragile poise that sighs and weeps with an irrefutable hurt tearfully breaking from the beyond the grooves which should you survive to the latter minute or so seemingly fractures and splinters amid its own stress bearing sadness.

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