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UK chamber folk act SixToes releasing ‘The Morning After’ (stream 3 tracks, 1 featuring Depeche Mode’s David Gahan)


UK chamber folk outfit SixToes released their debut album, Trick Of The Night, back in 2008. The record’s dark, baroque sound drew acclaim and interest from the likes of Depeche Mode and Grinderman, who both asked the band to do remixes of their tracks. Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan returned the favor by singing on the band’s single from last year, “Low Guns.” (Stream that below.) That song features on the band’s second album, The Morning After, which is due out July 14 on Toe Music. We’ve got the premiere of a new track from the album, the soaring “Pedestal,” which is a lovely ease-in to your Monday. Stream it in this post.

Album art and tracklist, as well as the “Pedestal” stream, “Low Guns” video and another track from the album, below…

SixToes – Low Guns Feat. Dave Gahan.

SixToes – Hawthorns


SixToes – The Morning After tracklist
1 Intro
2 Pedestal
3 The Morning After Melodrama
4 Zen Box
5 Low Guns
6 Volume Song
7 Nobody Inn
8 The Russian Song
9 Hawthorns
10 The Welcoming

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