Video “The Moral Crossing”
Live: AUTOBAHN, Post-Punk aus Leeds voll melancholischer Agression, Dissonanz und dunkler Romatik im Herzen. Vertonter Brutalismus, kalt und doch so Großartig.
“Melancholy and darkness, and dissonant, uncomfortable music, resonates with us, for whatever reason,” says singer and spokesman Craig Johnson. “The new record is more melancholy than dissonant. I feel we’re just opening up a bit more on this record.”
A sliver of strings, a squeal of feedback, pulsing drums, sheets of steely guitar and sonorous bass, and a rough, declamatory voice – from these primary components, Leeds quintet AUTOBAHN unfurl their second album, The Moral Crossing, which adds more finesse, dynamic and colour to the commitment and energy shown on their 2014 debut Dissemble – an album that Louder Than War described as, “driving, powerful and passionate… tapping into addictive darkness of our past and reminding us that that we cannot escape its attractive desolation.”
Support: XTR Human, Post- Punk aus Berlin