BEDOUIN SOUNDCLASH RELEASE NEW SINGLE “WALK THROUGH FIRE” FT. AIMEE FROM THE INTERRUPTERS
UPCOMING ALBUM WE WILL MEET IN A HURRICANE OUT OCTOBER 21 VIA DINE ALONE RECORDS
Toronto’s post-punk, world-beat duo Bedouin Soundclash return immediately with new single “Stroll Via Fireplace” that includes the inimitable vocals of Aimee of The Interrupters. The observe is featured on their upcoming album, We Will Meet In A Hurricane, out October 21 by way of Dine Alone Information. The video was shot in Vancouver by director Matt Leaf of Hadron Movies and options Aimee Interrupter. Co-produced by Jay Malinowski and Colin Stewart (The New Pornographers, Destroyer, Dan Mangan, Black Mountain), the buoyant and soulful report finds the beloved duo digging again into their musical roots, steeped within the border-bending sounds the JUNO award profitable and platinum promoting band is thought for.
Discussing “Stroll Via Fireplace,” Malinowski famous, “After we completed this music, we knew that Aimee from The Interrupters would take it to a different degree. We love her voice a lot. It’s robust and fragile on the identical time. We first met them on their California tour after we had been away for a very long time. Their band has an inspiring vitality. The music is about not worrying in regards to the knocks, the fires and the destruction that may occur in our lives, and that we are able to stroll via it if we don’t lose observe of one another. It’s a mirrored image of the longtime bond Eon and I’ve. Typically I don’t suppose we perceive it. We are able to say lots to one another with out saying a lot.”
The album may even drop with a particular companion remix 12″ EP, Hurricane Dubs, from Bedouin’s very long time mentor Darryl Jenifer of Dangerous Brains. The We Will Meet In A Hurricane pre-order features a milky clear w/ black smoke Dine Alone Unique 12″ (restricted to 100), a Customary Peach 12″, Hurricane Dubs Darryl Jenifer remix EP 12″ and CD format. Pre-order HERE.
Within the spring of 2021, Bedouin co-founder and bassist Eon Sinclair booked an open-ended journey to hitch Malinowski at his new residence on Vancouver Island with the hope of reigniting their once-prolific inventive spark. “We didn’t actually have a set agenda,” notes Sinclair. “We’d been sending just a few concepts back-and-forth between Toronto and Victoria early within the pandemic, and it was a welcome outlet contemplating all the pieces that was happening. So regardless that I wasn’t actually certain of what I wished to do subsequent, I assumed I’d exit for six months – perhaps come again early, perhaps keep longer – simply to see the place issues would lead.”
They rapidly settled into a cushty workflow, riffing and writing via the week at Malinowski’s household residence after which heading into The Hive Studio each couple of weeks with co-producer Stewart to seize the outcomes. Regardless of it being their first collaboration, there was an apparent and rewarding synergy that contributed to the ‘again to fundamentals’ aesthetic. “There wasn’t a whole lot of dialogue beforehand about limiting issues when it comes to instrumentation, however I feel the way in which it unfolded was actually pleasurable for us – a very highly effective sound from mainly simply guitar, bass, and drums once more,” shares Malinowski.
Certainly, the parallels to Bedouin Soundclash’s earliest efforts come straightforward, sounding like a passport crowded with overlapping stamps on each one among its well-worn pages. Sinclair elaborates: “Regardless of the place we’re or what’s happening in both of our lives, if one among us picks up an instrument and performs one thing, all the pieces else form of dissolves and our shared focus turns into, ‘How can we flip this into one thing individuals wish to hear?’”
That’s very true this time round, and whereas Bedouin Soundclash’s loyal following will certainly relish on this return to their roots, the actual pleasure is in anticipating the place the metaphorical stream may as soon as once more take them from right here.
We Will Meet In A Hurricane
(Dine Alone Information)
Launch Date: October 21, 2022
Background Picture Credit score: Steph Montani | Single Artwork: Jay Malinowski