'Life Processes' comes out July 22

¡Forward, Russia! have announced the US release of their forthcoming concept album, ‘Life Processes’.

Recorded in Seattle last year, the album is the follow-up to their well-received debut LP ‘Give Me A Wall’ and was produced by Matt Bayles whose previous work includes Pearl Jam and Mastodon.

According to singer Tom Woodhead, on ‘Life Processes’ the themes are universal – fear, love, hate, pride, nervousness, confusion and finally acceptance. There is a beginning, a middle, and an end, in a literary sense as well as a musical one.”

And unlike the Leeds-based band’s debut which listed tracks only by number, this album actually has song titles.

The track listing is:

‘Welcome To The Moment (The Rest Of Your Life)’

‘We Are Grey Matter’

‘A Prospector Can Dream’

‘Spring Is A Condition’

‘Don’t Reinvent What You Don’t Understand’

‘Some Buildings’

‘Breaking Standing’

‘Gravity & Heat’

‘Fosbury In Discontent’

‘A Shadow Is A Shadow Is A Shadow’

‘Spanish Triangles’

–By our New York staff.

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