London based experimental industrial noise rock outfit TAYNE have launched another new song and video; ‘Storms’ is taken from their forthcoming debut album ‘Breathe’, which is slated for release for 2 Nov 2018 via Strange Brew Records.
“Lyrically ‘Storms’ deals with on a bunch of repeating dreams I had. There seemed to be a reoccurring battle between my subconscious and conscious mind reliving scenarios in my life i wish had gone differently” comments the band.
TAYNE’s music is an aural assault that welds moody, atmospheric vocals, punishing guitars, and overwhelming electronics, to pulsating rhythms; creating a unique listening experience.
Singer Matthew Sutton elaborates on the forthcoming album: “ ‘Breathe’ is a very personal self-serving record for me. Mostly, the record is a reflection of my own anxieties, insecurities, fears, hopes and expectations and mental health. Thematically, it’s dark, chaotic and intense; so I wanted to have some sort of juxtaposition. I decided to present the singles on the record in traditional pop song structure, with pop hook choruses. Equally there are a lot of demons on the record.”
The debut album was produced by Matthew Sutton himself and mastered by TJ Lipple (Bikini Kill, Fugazi, MGMT, Rollins Band, St Vincent, Xiu Xiu).
The album will be released on vinyl as well as in digital format, pre-orders for ‘Breathe’ are available now.
TAYNE’s live performance is equally as intense as the sound they deliver and the band is set to hit the road for a string of live dates this autumn in the UK and Ireland.
04 Oct (UK) London @ Old Blue Last
10 Oct (UK) Edinburgh @ Bannemans
11 Oct (UK) Glasgow @ Bloc Bar
19 Oct (UK) Brighton @ The Quadrant
21 Oct (UK) Birmingham@ Subside Bar
23 Oct (UK) Nottingham @ The Chameleon
25 Oct (UK) Leeds @ Bad Apples
26 Oct (UK) Darwin @ Sunbird Records
27 Oct (UK) Preston @ The Ferret
10 Nov (UK) Liverpool @ Jacarada
11 Nov (UK) Leicester @ Firebug
21 Nov (UK) Manchester @ The Peerhat
22 Nov (UK) Belfast @ Art Department
23 Nov (IRE) Cork @ Fred Zepplins
24 Nov (IRE) Dublin @ Whelans’
25 Nov (IRE) Ballina @ Emmets
28 Nov (IRE) Galway @ Roisin Dubh
29 Nov (IRE) Tralle @ The Greyhound