:: An amazing voice sings an amazing album!
Two years ago, Montreal-based singer/songwriter Al Spx released the first album of her band Cold Specks, the critically acclaimed I Predit a Graceful Expulsion. Last year saw her collaborating with Moby in two songs on his latest album Innocents, and last May brought the announcement of Cold Specks’ sophomore effort Neuroplasticity. The album is out now and you can listen to in full here.
Neuroplasticity was released worldwide on August 25, 2014 via Mute Records. The album is available as download, CD and LP. You can buy it digitally from iTunes or order your physical copy of Neuroplasticity from Amazon.
The album is streaming in its entirety above (via Cold Specks’ Soundcloud). Featuring ten new Cold Specks songs, the album was recorded at Montreal’s Hotel2Tango and Toronto’s Revolution Recordings studios. Neuroplasticity is produced by Jim Anderson who also mixed it together Ben Hillier (Blur, Depeche Mode).
Cold Specks are touring Europe in September and North America on October. Check out the upcoming dates below.
01. A Broken Memory
02. Bodies At Bay
03. Old Knives
04. A Quiet Chill
05. Exit Plan
06. Let Loose The Dogs
08. Living Signs
09. A Formal Invitation
10. A Season Of Doubt
Upcoming Tour Dates:
Sun 31 Aug 2014 // Dorset, UK // End Of The Road Festival
Thu 18 Sep 2014 // Copenhagen, Denmark // Vega
Fri 19 Sep 2014 // Hamburg, Germany // Reeperbahn Festival
Sat 20 Sep 2014 // Brussels, Belgium // AB Club
Mon 22 Sep 2014 // Amsterdam, Netherlands // MC Theatre
Tue 23 Sep 2014 Paris, France // Flèche D’Or
>> The full touring schedule is available here.
The Line Of Best Fit − Cold Specks – Neuroplasticity [Review]
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