Delphic announce new album ‘Collections’

Manchester trio's second LP will be released January 28

Delphic have announced details of their forthcoming second album, which will be titled ‘Collections’ – watch a trailer for it below.

The Manchester electro trio will release the LP on January 28, which is the follow up to their 2010 debut ‘Acolyte’.

Talking to NME about the new record in this week’s issue, which will be on newsstands from tomorrow ( November 7) or available digitally, the band’s James Cook says: “We were listening to a lot of hip-hop like J Dilla and Jay-Z and lots of ’80s R&B. Wacky synth sounds with a massive fat beat.”

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Matt Cocksedge adds: “We never have any boundaries. That’s why the albums called ‘Collections’ – it’s a reflection of how we’ve tried to pull in influence from everywhere, pulling in as many sources as we could.”

The album was recorded by Ben Allen (Bombay Bicycle Club, Animal Collective) in his converted shipping container in the cabbagetown district of Atlanta, Georgia and also in Bristol with Tim Goldsworthy (Massive Attack, LCD Soundsystem).

The tracklisting to ‘Collections’ is as follows:

‘Of The Young’
‘Baiya’
‘Changes’
‘Freedom Found’
‘Atlas’
‘Tears Before Bedtime’
‘The Sun Also Rises’
‘Memeo’
‘Don’t Let The Dreamers Take You Away’
‘Exotic’

To read the full interview with Delphic, pick up a copy of this week’s [i[NME[/i], which will be on newsstands from tomorrow ( November 7) or available digitally.

Watch a trailer for the album below:

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