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World's End Press - Reformation Age
Sep 18, 2013
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Why do we like this?
Melbourne four-piece World's End Press touch base one last time before the release of their debut LP on October 4. Produced by Tim Goldsworthy (Cut Copy, LCD Soundsystem, Massive Attack), the album has already gathered plenty of interest following the previous releases "To Send Our Love" and "Deadbeat Sweetheart," with "Reformation Age" the perfect last step in the journey.

World's End Press are one of my favorite live acts -- their songs always sound perfectly on-point, and their energy is so infectious. I often find myself imagining bands playing their songs live, and I can see this being a huge winner on stage given its digitally charged beat and the carefully planned way the tempo is measured throughout. John Parkinson's yearning vocals then sear over the top of the typically sharp synth programming, "exploring a complicated take on nostalgia."

The best thing about the upcoming album release is the fact that it'll definitely be followed by tours, which means we'll all be able to enjoy the World's End Press as much as I do.
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