ARCHIVE REVEAL NEW ALBUM ‘RESTRICTION’ FOR JANUARY RELEASE AND 3 NEW SINGLES

ARCHIVE REVEAL NEW ALBUM 'RESTRICTION' FOR JANUARY RELEASE AND 3 NEW SINGLES

British alternative band ARCHIVE have recently announced a new album called Restriction which will be released on January the 12th via the group’s own label Dangervisit, an inprint of [PIAS]. It follows the 2012 released album With us until you’re dead and this year’s soundtrack for the band’s very own film AXIOM.
Archive announced a massive European tour and three new singles simultaneously released with accompanying videos.

New album ‘Restriction’ features 12 tracks produced by long time collaborator Jerome Devoise. The first tasters from ‘Restriction’ are the three singles ‘Black And Blue’, ‘Kid Corner’ and ‘Feel It’. Why release three singles simultaneously? Band member Darius says…

“Our aim was to make an album where each track was as strong as the one before it, and having done that we didn’t want to put the focus on to just one “single”. Ideally we’d release every track off the album individually, putting out three singles at once will give people a better picture of the full scope of the album.”

“Also it’s a very un-Archive thing to do, which is obviously half the appeal!”

Restriction Track list:

1. Feel it
2. Restriction
3. Kid corner
4. End of our days
5. Third quarter storm
6. Half built houses
7. Riding in squares
8. Ruination
9. Crushed
10. Black and blue
11. Greater goodbye
12. Ladders
13. All the time (bonus track)

Watch the videos for the singles BELOW:

Archive – Feel It

Archive – Black And Blue

Archive – Kid Corner

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