Tickets are now available for The Holy Family at The Grace!
The second album by underground rock-and-beyond shapeshifters The Holy Family comes complete with a heavy concept for the psychedelically inclined, and pairs this with music which does this justice and then some.
‘Go Zero’ follows up the British group’s widely praised self-titled debut from 2021 and – says foundational member David Jason Smith–“is based on a hypothetical theory that there is no such thing as ‘the future’. We are continually moving forward into our past until we arrive at our birth – creation – the Tree Of Knowledge… or‘Going Zero’, as I’ve termed it.”It figures, then, that over some 40 minutes the five musicians conjure a sound that exhibits an affinity with great experimental totems down the ages, in a manner that’s avowedly forward-facing and stamped with their own identity.
All involved boast a pre-Holy Family CV to turn clued-in heads: Kavus Torabi (guitars), Sam Warren (bass) and Emmett Elvin (piano and Rhodes), along with Smith himself, were all members of the mighty Guapo.
Teeth Of The Sea
Teeth Of The Sea, London’s foremost purveyors of post-psychedelic trash and currently readying themselves for a dramatic return to the fray, will be raiding the darkest recesses of their audial treasure troves for all the anthems and epiphanies they can summon up. Expect bassbin-shaking onslaught, synapse-twisting diversions and inappropriate bangers of all stripes.
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