01 August 2012 - 0 Comments
Dear Time's Waste will release a second full length album Some Kind Of Eden on September 7th. The follow-up to 2010's critically lauded Spells features the new single ‘Fortune'.
Dear Time's Waste represents the ongoing sonic ruminations and verbose brown studies of Aucklander Claire Duncan. Steeped in the gothic permanence of early Cure and the cloud-skipping gaze of Garlands era-Cocteau Twins, Dear Time's Waste's upcoming release Some Kind Of Eden works in a playful orbit, dancing between the lightness and weight of experience with cold purpose and red desperation.
Recorded in isolation by Duncan between a cramped Eden Terrace flat and an expansive vacant studio space, the record follows on from 2010's LP Spells with a formidable sense of exactitude, a concrete precision echoed by the stringent monotony of electronic beats and pulsating textures in conversation with a malleable voice that surges and pulls with the demands of every instant.
A live show comprised of Duncan and compatriots allows the project a three-dimensional intensity, having been broken in by previous performances in support of such alt nobility as St. Vincent, Low and Deerhunter.
DEAR TIME'S WASTE ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM SOME KIND OF EDEN
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