Hope Sandoval And The Warm Inventions - Trouble
Good things come to those who wait... Divine, hypnotic, irresistible things come to those who wait for eight years.
Hope Sandoval, the iconic vocalist from nineties band Mazzy Star, at last returns with accompaniment from My Bloody Valentine drummer Colm O'Ciosoig and Irish backing group Dirt Blue Jene.
Single, Trouble, is the first to be taken from the coming 11-track release Through The Devil Softly and promises a confident return to form with a mini-tour planned for May.
Lyrics "the trouble with the trouble, is the trouble in me" begin what is a sublime folk song with swaying rhythms and breathy vocals, Trouble sounds as if it was recorded some time ago and has just been dusted off after being found in a haunted old attic.
Its psychedelic qualities are matched with a teasing video, following the fleetingly-seen Hope around a country house in a ra-ra skirt and boots. Enjoy this Q exclusive below:
Catch Hope Sandoval And The Warm Inventions at one of these dates:
May 6 Belfast, Black Box
May 7 Dublin, Whelan's
May 9 All Tomorrows Parties
May 23 Manchester, Club Academy
May 24 & 25 London, Bush Hall
9:38 AM | 01/04/2010
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