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Cavalier Song inscribe modern hymns that celebrate a merging of the imagination and material forms. Their cinematic stares study earthy landscapes and post-industrial wastelands, constructing a range of sonic artworks that meditate on the human condition, stirring memory and desire within definitions of a terrible sublime. The results are a series of lush, yet darkly affective, symphonic abstractions. Cavalier Song deploy a post-minimalist sensibility, referencing a range of art forms including painting, sculpture and literature. Musical influences include Philip Glass, Swans, Grouper, John Coltrane and King Crimson, each echoing a fascination for repetition, duration and modal improvisation..... more info
“Beautifully produced agitprop reggae flavoured rap”
– Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music
“About as real as music gets”
– Andrew Marston, BBC Introducing
“truly electrifying… delivers big, weighty messages with an optimistic and entertaining light-heartedness”
– On The Beat
“The band lit up the venue with their tongue-in-cheek yet poignant music”
“Like the love-child of Steel Pulse, Kate Tempest, and The Sleaford Mods”
– Tom Robinson, BBC6Music
“Insanely infectious” ****
– Liverpool Sound & Vision
“politically charged reggae that sticks two fingers up to the powers that be”
– Fresh on The Net, Christopher McBride
“Combining intelligent, amusing, and often politically charged lyrics with dangerously catchy hooks and a feel good groove, this is music for the thinking man to shake his arse to. Think Jason Mraz meets The Cat Empire…on a protest march…at the Edinburgh Fringe”
– Music Mafia
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