By: Spacelab Research Staff
White Hinterland are back with an ambitious plan for their new EP -- it's sung entirely in French and even features cover songs of French musicians like Serge Gainsbourg, Brigitte Fontaine and Francoise Hardy.
The EP's title is a made up word derived from two French words - Luniare (lunar) and funiculaire (cable car or railway).
The song Chant de Grillon is almost psychedelic in its approach, with radiating guitar sounds as a constant throughout the song. It evokes an otherworldy presence, building and building until slowly fading away. It's here and then it's gone.
White Hinterland's Luniculaire will be released on Dead Oceans on October 21st
01 Requiem Pour Un Con
02 Chant de Grillon
03 Mon Ami La Rose
04 J'ai 26 Ans