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The Cold Head Announce New Album “Angels In The Attic” due March 25th

February 8, 2022

The Cold Head Announce New Album “Angels In The Attic” due March 25th

The Cold Head, the duo split between London and South Wales, have announced details of their forthcoming sophomore album. “Angels in the Attic” is set for release independently on Friday 25th March. To celebrate the news of the record, the duo will release their first single “Spirit Of The Beehive” at the tail end of February, due to drop 25th.

The Cold Head is led by Doug Stephens (Modern Humans) and the new album was co-produced by Tim Whelan (Furniture, Transglobal Underground).

The outfit’s sound is described as a smorgasbord of influences with Art-pop psychedelia with some rock overtones, afro beats with some prog thrown in, art funk with even a bit of bhangra thrown in; ‘The Cold Head’ push as many buttons as possible on one album.

“Spirit Of The Beehive” will be the first taste of the forthcoming record and effortlessly manages to showcase the magic of this compelling outfit. This innovative influence of psychedelic folk enhanced with this cosmic commendation. Immediately the audience can embrace the shimmering melody which blazes from start to finish, the lyrics mixed with this clear infiltration and soaring above the textures, destined to keep you captivated. As the exploration flows it leads to the rapturous chorus, addictive and immersive from the get-go. Proudly oozing such charm and expressive energy.

To their widespread followers ‘Angels In The Attic’ is welcome return with a commanding performance, very powerful and poignant. Elsewhere on the forthcoming record, it will feature the work from the following: Drums by Hamid Mantu, Marco Cristaudo, backing vocals Paul Battenbough, Tim Whelan. Songwriting contributions from Brendan Shelly, Marco Cristaudo, Bryan Evans and Hamid Mantu. Artwork by Paul Battenbough. Lend them your ears and your attic, people

The Cold Head began in the year 2007 – initially as a recording project in a home studio – somewhere in Acton, London, UK. Doug Stephens nurtured the project with help from long time associates Brendan Shelly on keyboards, vocals and songwriting and Bryan Evans on bass, guitar, production, and lots of other fiddly stuff.

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