Slow Release from Night Noise Team

Art-rockers Night Noise Team return with a brand new album Slow Release on May 16th.

Night Noise Team show they know exactly how to put together a Manics-inspired dark rock song with a haunting, associative lyrical power that suggests more than it commits. It’s a towering achievement of an album, almost bursting with ideas and the kind of taught, focused energy that is sure to bring acclaim. To listen to Slow Release is to succumb to Sean Ormsby’s distinctive vocal. Falling somewhere between Morrissey’s laconic drawl, the gentle Scottish-isms of Belle & Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch and the desperate fragility of Bombay Bicycle Club’s Jack Steadman it’s an idiosyncratic voice, both spoken and sung, that unites and propels Night Noise Team’s every move.

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