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Following the success of their critically acclaimed debut in 2011, Lanterns On The Lake return with a new album, the sublime 'Until The Colours Run' on Bella Union. The source of the music remains the same, an exquisitely crafted blend of symphonic rock, folk and electronics - but much has changed in the interim. The album was recorded during a time of financial and personal adversity, and as a result, 'Until The Colours Run' is more soulful and dynamic than its predecessor. In sound, it's both harder ('Elodie', the title track) and more luminous ('Green And Gold', 'Picture Show'), and a more emotionally and politically charged experience, as singer / lyricist Hazel Wilde paints unflinching portraits of what she sees. It's a haunting, often devastating combination.
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