Way Through take you on magickal English roadtrip on new album for Upset the Rhythm

Way Through take you on magickal English roadtrip on new album for Upset the Rhythm

Way Through are the English “pastoral punk duo” of all of our dreams. Formerly of Shropshire and now of London, Claire Titley and Christopher Tipton dig field recordings, traditional folk music, and off-kilter vocals and rhythms. They’re big into geography, writing songs about market towns, and crafting art projects around East London’s strangely lovely Bethnal Green area. They were invited by Resonance FM to write a processional work based on the Tate Britain, which inspired the duo to focus their songwriting around particular, meaningful places.

And so they began the process of writing Clapper Is Still, the new album due November 11 on Upset the Rhythm. Way Through spent a year doing research (i.e. looking up cat videos on the internet) and collecting field recordings, which they then spun into magickal English country songs about the places to which they traveled. Way Through’s oft-idyllic road trip can be yours on CD, digital, and that object most holy to the druids, white vinyl.

Listen to (and then download!) album track “Roughting Linn” below, “written about an outcrop of rock in Northumberland carved all over in prehistoric patterns, very off the map, no signs, no markers…”

Clapper Is Still tracklisting:

01. Dedham Vale
02. Imber & Tyneham
03. Stoke Poges
04. Roughting Linn
05. Westonzoyland
06. Dunkery Beacon
07. Haxey
08. Bacup / Knaresborough
09. Sipson
10. Eyam
11. Henry My Son / Dunwich
12. Whiteleaf Hill
13. Wharram Percy

• Way Through: http://waythroughwithyou.blogspot.com
• Upset the Rhythm: http://www.upsettherhythm.co.uk

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