Long Distance Calling – Avoid the Light (2009)

Posted: January 26, 2011 by @agazetademordor in Experimental, Post-rock

Post rock (!?) da Alemanha. Do Sirens Sound:

“Should we call it post rock? Or perhaps new art rock? The label is irrelevant, it’s the content that matters.”

“Their second album, Avoid The Light, will be out on 24 April 2009 on Superball Music and promises everything you find yourself looking for without avail in most contemporary bands: an immediate coexistence of depth and exaltation, melancholia and joie de vivre, great gestures and small peculiarities. And somehow there’s so much more to discover in Long Distance Calling’s music: Avoid The Light opens a big gate which you step through to find a great diversity of moods and atmospheres. The basics consist of instrumental guitar rock with an ambient flavour, an oscillation of psychedelic and progressive rock elements. At the same time, Avoid The Light is an album which requires few words to communicate a lot.”


01 – Apparitions
02 – Black Paper Planes
03 – 359
04 – I Know You Stanley Milgram
05 – The Nearing Grave (ft. Jonas Renkse from Katatonia)
06 – Sundown Highway



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