Closely Watched Trains
How a boy from the Sri Lankan jungle formed the greatest post-punk band you’ve never heard... Fronted by an intense singer with an oblique songbook and a mysterious past Glorious Din were unlike any other group to emerge from San Francisco’s ‘80s underground. With singer Eric Cope, the chosen persona of a Joy Division-obsessed Sri Lankan boy who travelled halfway around the world to follow his punk dream. Glorious Din’s second album, Closely Watched Trains, had a very different sound from its predecessor. Eric was listening to a lot of Nick Drake, so they mixed the vocals and guitar much louder than the other instruments. Nevertheless, the album showed a growth and maturity on the band’s part.
|12inch||OnderStroom: OS038LP||in stock||€ 20,99|