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Mildlife in Leeds

Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Thursday 22nd August 2024, £18.50
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On their third studio full-length, Mildlife link microcosmic personal meaning with a macro view from on high. Chorus is the sound of singular entities coalescing into a wondrous whole. Its harmonious togetherness and celebratory symbiosis. And its the bands ultimate statement of their borderline mystical unity, their unified theory of groove.Chorus is about a coming together of disparate elements. Not in some sort of utopian aesthetic where everything works perfectly, but in the natural flow and state of things, shares the bands Jim Rindfleish. Its about cosmic compatibility and chemistry: what makes things work? Not just what makes the band work, but what makes good music, art or love? Its the rhythm of nature.Following 2020s Automatic and 2017s Phase, Chorus arrives as Mildlifes most optimistic record, serving as a sonic testament to the bands unwavering adoration for the beguiling realms of 70s psychedelic and cosmic sounds. Delve deeper, and youll unearth Polish jazz, Italo disco and a sprinkling of contemporary electronic sounds. Chorus is the dance of an expanding and contracting universe - its groove is forever and always, cyclical and evolving. In its most human moments, the album luxuriates in the velvety embrace of Tomas Shanahans bass lines, Halliwells luminous guitar riffs, Kevin McDowells hushed and alluring vocals, Rindfleishs intricate percussive tapestries and the spiritual rhythms of regular collaborator Craig Shanahan. Swept up in the chorus, the lines between individual and ensemble blur.Its knowing that all the pieces of our own puzzles can slot neatly into a bigger one. says Shanahan. Such a creative revelation is the band's growing assurance in their vocal prowess. On the bands previous albums, McDowell's voice stood as the predominant lyrical conduit, but on Chorus all members have a moment of expression, highlighting their own choral visions, forging a new unified openness and humanity to their sound. We had this idea that we wanted to create a kind of disparate ecosystem of living things, continues Shanahan. We liked the idea of creating a small metaphor of moving through space. You see moments of things and sounds that may not emerge again, until everything around you starts to unify.Chorus might be an album of individual tracks, band members and experiences, but its more than the sum of its parts. Its microscopic particles forming new minerals or overlapping time signatures folding in on themselves in generative creation. With the release of Chorus the band has once again opened a portal to their singular realm of rhythmic communion. Step into the flow.

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