The Shining Tongues – the new project from The Infinite Three’s Daniel Knowler – released its debut album MILK OF GOD today. The album features contributions from Samuel Mclaughlin, Robin Jax, Lilith-Auryn FireChild, Orlando Harrison, Simone Bozzato, Doug Shearer, Maria Vellanz, Andrea Kerr and Den Liberator and presents a suite of eleven songs recorded over the last year.
“A lush, melodic work of intensity, love, noir pop, gothic folk, drone and more.” (Echoes and Dust)
“bringing their previous band’s post-punk experimentation to new heights, with an element of atmospheric, gothic folkiness.” (New Noise Magazine)
Hear the new single Buildings, from The Shining Tongues, over at Treblezine today:
Hear The Shining Tongues’ dark, psychedelic “Buildings”
Our humble employees, The Shining Tongues, have a new single due for release this week. Make Us Eat was recorded with help from Robin Jax of RobinPlaysChords (additional guitars) and Andrea Kerr of Living With Eating Disorders (backing vocals) as well as Daniel Knowler and Sam Mclaughlin as usual.
The single is released later this week but you can hear it right now by pre-saving it on Spotify here: https://show.co/H2F08dO
It will of course also be available from The Shining Tongues Bandcamp page along with an additional bous track.
We are pleased to announce the following fact(s).
The Shining Tongues is a new songwriting project from Daniel Knowler and Sam Mclaughlin of The Infinite Three, with a revolving cast of fellow noisemakers.
A tentative debut release is available to hear on Bandcamp right now.
Dear friends. Just a short note to inform you that myself and Sam are currently in the process of makng a new record. We’ve been working remotely via the miracle of the internet, collaborating with some fine musicians including Robin Jax (of RobinPlaysChords) and Orlando Harrison (of Alabama 3, The Amal Gamal Ensemble and others).
The new project/band is, as yet, un-named (any suggestions are welcome!) but it’s becoming far more richly orchestrated and sonically luxurious than our previous adventures as The Infinite Three.
If there’s an interest or desire from your good selves I may post some unadorned demos of the new songs here or elsewhere in the coming weeks. If that’s something you’d like to hear, let me knowlet me know.
Under usual circumstances, at this stage I’d be looking to put together a live band and start arranging a tour for later in the year – who knows when such things will resume? Anyway – as soon as I decide on a name, expect a polite yet forceful barrage of further information.
This post was also published at www.theinfinitethree.co.uk
There’s a new album from Slunq on the way. Dirty Signals is released on November 1st. Pre-save the album on Spotify now and get hold of a free download of the new song, Like A Mouth.
The Infinite Three’s new single, Love Breathes is out now. They’ve been performing this little hymn of self-surrender at recent live shows. Usually at a body-changing volume. Listen and download here: https://ffm.to/lovebreathes.owe
The Infinite Three’s new single, Drum Drum Drum is released today. It’s the second track to be released as a single from the band’s instrumental album Ascension Zone. Listen here: https://ffm.to/drumdrumdrum
Those of you in or near the fine city of Manchester would be well advised to attend this splendid event.
The Infinite Three will be performing music from their new instrumental album, Ascension Zone as well as various older songs, all at a soul-enhancing volume. Also performing are the excelletn Locean – dark, cinematic experimental rock with haunting spoken word vocals.
Brief Candles (Luca Corda of Groves and Locean), will be opening proceedings with his new solo material.
It’s all taking place at Fuel Cafe Bar, Manchester on Friday 21st June.
Tickets are £5 from: http://bit.do/geoffmcr (or £5 on the door)
Here’s the Facebook event page with more info:
The Infinite Three’s new instrumental album, Ascension Zone, is released today. A limited edition CD is available from Bandcamp here: https://theinfinitethree.bandcamp.com/album/ascension-zone
You can of course find the album on all the usual streaming and download platforms if you so wish.
And here’s the video for The Eye filmed by Willie Nash.