NEWS: Right Hand Left Hand release explosive new single 'Chacabuco' feat Taliesyn Kallstrom (Estrons)!

NEWS: Right Hand Left Hand release explosive new single ‘Chacabuco’ feat Taliesyn Kallstrom (Estrons)!

Right Hand Left Hand release their new single ‘Chacabuco’ today. Lifted from their forthcoming new album Zone Rouge, it features former Estrons front-woman Taliesyn Kallstrom on vocals. A simmering, brooding post-rock dark cloud full a gathering menace, the taut rhythms and an extraordinary vocal performance swirling into explosive crescendos.

‘Chacabuco’ is a Chilean ghost town set up to house workers for a nitrate mine, but was abandoned 14 years later as synthetic nitrate became widespread and decimated the industry. Decades later, Pinochet used it as a concentration camp and surrounded it with landmines that are still there. It is in the process of being restored by its sole inhabitant. 

Right Hand Left Hand are back with a brand new album. Following on from their self-titled, Welsh Music Prize-nominated second album, their third offering, Zone Rouge released on the 15th of November, tells the story of humanity’s contempt for the earth beneath us, the air above us and the people around us.

Our fractured planet lays the groundwork for the 11 new tracks on Zone Rouge. Each referring to a location on Earth where something bad has happened: An act of corruption against the planet, an act of evil against fellow humans and occasionally both. 

Recorded and produced by Charlie Francis (Future of the Left, REM, Robyn Hitchcock) at Cardiff’s Musicbox Studios, Andrew Plain (drums/guitars) and Rhodri Viney (guitars/vocals/ drums) continue to build and develop their trademark sound: looped and layered guitars and driving powerful drums that are intercut with atmospheric ambience. 

They launch the album with a show at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff on the 13th of November, more info here:  

The album will follow on 15th November, 2019. It will be available digitally, on CD, and on limited edition double clear vinyl.

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