The band' work on their new "three dimensional" material with Coldplay producer Ken Nelson...
EMBRACE have hired COLDPLAY producer KEN NELSON to make their next album, with frontman DANNY McNAMARA describing the band’s new material as “cinematic and three-dimensional”.
The group hope to release the follow-up to last year’s ‘Drawn From Memory’ album in July next year, preceded by a single in May.
So far, new song titles include ‘It’s Over’, ‘It’s Going To Take Time’, ‘Blackwater’, ‘Fear Fighter’, ‘Happiness Will Get You In The End’ and ‘Effortless Now’.
Speaking exclusively to NME.COM, Danny McNamara revealed that the early recording sessions for the new record were going well.
He said: “It’s got a lot of texture to it and it’s quite cinematic. I think more involving than most of the stuff we’ve done before.
“I really like songs like ‘Retread’ and ‘Fireworks’ and stuff like that but they seem kinda black and white compared to what we’re doing at the moment. It seems like we’ve found the ‘colour button’. It’s kinda more three dimensional somehow.”
The band hope to make a return to the live arena in Summer next year, and they’re pinpointing the V and T In The Park festivals.