France's Hands in the Dark is dropping a Lee Noble and Ensemble Economique 12" split mastered by Sun Araw's right-hand man M. Geddes Gengras. The poem that inspired the split's material sees the cadence of song lyrics mutated into prose and the tunes follow suit with varying suggestion towards both the source material and the typical role of vocals. Ensemble Economique whispers in French under lucid synths and shamanic 808s, while Lee Noble chants about Kobo Abe's Stockholm-Syndrome triste through vapors of reverb and miniature electronic eruptions.
Motion Forever is out June 20 on Hands in the Dark. Only 300 platters were pressed of this bad boy.