East India Youth announces new album ‘Culture of Volume’

William Doyle's second LP will come out this April

East India Youth is set to release his new album ‘Culture of Volume’ on April 6.

The album, which is named in reference to Monument, a poem by Rick Holland, will come out on XL Recordings. It follows the Mercury Prize-nominated debut album ‘Total Strife Forever’ from the electronic musician, real name William Doyle. Scroll down for the album’s tracklisting:

The ‘Culture of Volume’ tracklisting is:


‘The Juddering’
‘End Result’
‘Beaming White’
‘Turn Away’
‘Hearts That Never’
‘Don’t Look Backwards’
‘Manner of Words’
‘Montage Resolution’

Last year Doyle released an expanded version of his debut album, which featured a bonus CD comprising of a 54-minute imagined soundtrack to the 1916 silent film 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.