Volo

by Last Harbour

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about

‘Volo’ was co-produced by the band and Richard Formby (Wild Beasts, Herman Dune, Spacemen 3, Dakota Suite). From dusty laments to doom-filled rock, from starkly beautiful duets to drifting clouds of looped noise, there’s always an intensity that strikes hard. It's a highly original record featuring the band’s strongest songs and most creative arrangements of their career to date.

ARTROCKER
"4/5. Rather beautiful and at times menacing, recalling Black Heart Procession and Dirty Three."

UNCUT
*** "With their gothic archness and deathly strings, Last Harbour's fourth LP 'Volo' is their most expansive to date."

MOJO
"'Volo' exhibits so much literary dexterity and multi-instrumental skill you feel almost duty-bound to surrender. Ah, those sweet-melancholic violins shedding soft tears for women and children menaced by dark forces. Ah, the sorrowed seduction of Kevin Craig's cavernous baritone."

CLASH
"A perfectly realised example of their modus operandi."

DROWNED IN SOUND
"Rich and foreboding tracing a thread back to the post-industrial soundscapes of Joy Division."

PICCADILLY RECORDS
"A masterpiece."

AMERICANA UK
"A grand eloquence."

DELUSIONS OF ADEQUACY
"The beatific yearning could be an unplugged slow-mo Joy Division. Consistently accomplished, Last Harbour are true studio artisans."

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released March 1, 2010

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Last Harbour Manchester, UK

UNCUT: "Melancholic and cinematic, like Scott Walker re-ordering Bowie's 'Heroes'"

THE SUNDAY TIMES: "Magnificent.”

RIFRAF (BE/NL): "An intense listening experience."

MAGIC (FR): "Dark and mysterious, for fans of The Bad Seeds and Arab Strap."

DROWNED IN SOUND: "Traces a thread back to the post-industrial soundscapes of Joy Division."

ARTROCKER: “A spacious, intimate and hypnotic affair."
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