British Sea Power Machineries Of Joy

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Released 09 Apr. 2013
1. Machineries of Joy
2. K Hole
3. Hail Holy Queen
4. Loving Animals
5. What You Need the Most
6. Monsters of Sunderland
7. Spring Has Sprung
8. Radio Goddard
9. A Light Above Descending
10. When a Warm Wind Blows Through the Grass

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‘Machineries Of Joy’, the follow-up to the band’s 2010 album ‘Valhalla Dancehall’, was written in the Berwyn mountains in north Wales and recorded in Brighton with Dan Smith and mixer Ken Thomas (David Bowie, Sigur Ros).

“We’d like to think the album is warm and restorative,” says singer Yan. “Various things are touched on in the words – Franciscan monks, ketamine, French female bodybuilders turned erotic movie stars. The world often seems a mad, hysterical place at the moment.You can’t really be oblivious to that, but we’d like the record to be an antidote – a nice game of cards in pleasant company.”


Machineries Of Joy

K Hole

Hail Holy Queen

Loving Animals

What You Need The Most

Monsters Of Sunderland

Spring Has Sprung

Radio Goddard

A Light Above Ascending

When A Warm Wind Blows Through The Grass