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Nottingham two-piece death-electronica band Bone Cult are set to release their new single, ‘SALT’ on 3rd May, and Aural Aggravation is immensely proud to present a video exclusive of  said video.
Formed by Sam Hartill (bass, production) and Richard Watte (vocals, guitar, production) with a desire to offer a strong alternative to “the regular four guys in jeans and t-shirt look”, the band has since gained high-profile support slots with the likes of The Qemists, Slaves, Sleaford Mods and more.
‘The track SALT, which is an acronym for Such A Long Time, was a step away from our previous releases, showcasing a different side of Bone Cult’s production whilst still reflecting the same emotions explored in their last single ‘Fortune and Sorrow’.
“There are different layers of vocals to portray the same narrative, only from alternative perspectives,” says Sam Hartill.
Championing solid production and strong visuals, ‘SALT’ carries the visceral pulsing energy of 65daysofstatic via the slick, accessible dance vibes of Daft Punk.
Watch the video here (and remember where you saw it first!)
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Something a bit different for us here at AA, perhaps, but Bone Cult’s new single certainly meets our general rubric… The Nottingham two-piece death-electronica band are set to release their new single, ‘Fortune And Sorrow’ on December 12th.

Formed by Sam Hartill (bass, production) and Richard Watte (vocals, guitar, production) with a desire to offer a strong alternative to "the regular four guys in jeans and t-shirt look", the band has since gained high-profile support slots with the likes of The Qemists, Slaves, Sleaford Mods and more.

Championing solid production and strong visuals, on ‘Fortune And Sorrow’ the pair channels the rage of Death Grips, and the energy of The Prodigy via the slick, accessible dance vibes of Daft Punk.

Of the track’s inspirations, bassist Sam Hartill comments: "The track is a return to our original sound on the ‘Blackwork’ EP, and explores the emotions experienced through loss and recovery.
"That feeling of loss refers to the last 18 months where we felt we lost a lot of time and only now have found our momentum again."

Get your lugs round it here: https://soundcloud.com/bonecult/fortune-and-sorrow *

 

* We’re having a few technical issues with embedding SoundCloud right now: we’ll have an altogether prettier version of this up soon, hopefully.

 

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