British Sea Power - Come Wander With Me [MP3/VIDEO] (do novo álbum 'Man of Aran')

A banda britânica British Sea Power está lançando mais um álbum, Man Of Aran é uma trilha sonora para um dramático documentário do diretor americano Robert J Flaherty, de 1934, relançado agora em DVD.

Como trilha que é, o disco enverga por caminhos instrumentais e para fazer jus ao filme, tortuosos, dramáticos e reveladores, convidando para uma profunda viagem interior.

O primeiro single é a bela e tocante "Come Wander With Me". Presente aqui em som e imagem.

MP3: British Sea Power - Come Wander With Me [+mp3]

Bonus MP3: British Sea Power - Carrion / All In It… (Pressbutton Remix)

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RELEASE: Man Of Aran
Released: 17/05/09 by British Sea Power

Tracklist: 1. Man Of Aran | 2. The South Sound | 3. Come Wander With Me | 4. Tiger King | 5. The Currach | 6. Boy Vertiginous | 7. Spearing The Sunfish | 8. Conneely Of The West | 9. The North Sound | 10. Woman Of Aran | 11. It Comes Back Again | 12. No Man Is An Archipelago

The Man of Aran package includes two discs - the BSP scored version of the 'Man of Aran' on DVD, plus the soundtrack on CD. "It's a wonderful film", says guitarist Noble. "The images vary between huge drama and a brilliant kind of ridiculousness - check out the amazing foot-wide bobbled berets that the fishermen wear. It's a great look, like a 1930s Irish version of Jack White or Kraftwerk. It's a film that's also relevant to the current era - a time when the idea of living a simpler life is in the air, the film shows something I'd like to think I could do, but know I never will". 'Man of Aran' is a powerful and provocative dramatised documentary from the late American filmmaker Robert J Flaherty. In a series of startling black-and-white sequences the film presents daily life on the near inhospitable Aran islands on the west coast of Ireland. The film was both celebrated and controversial on its release, created from half a million feet of film and shot by Flaherty while living closely with the Islanders. But 'Man of Aran' isn't a straightforward documentary, the 'family' at the centre of the film aren't related, rather a group of islanders cast as the family unit by Flaherty. The fishing expedition for basking sharks which forms the film's dramatic heart was based around methods that hadn't been employed on the Aran islands for decades. Blending reality and staged elements, Flaherty arrived at a compelling document that captures the elemental power of the island's past and present. The film won the grand prix at the 1935 Venice film festival and the eminent film critic Pauline Kael described it as, "the greatest film tribute to man's struggle against a hostile nature".

'This isn't an album you can dip into; instead dive in and sink to the bottom and let it all gloriously wash over you.' 8/10 NME

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