Hey Colossus Dances Curses Clear Vinyl

Hey Colossus Dances Curses Clear Vinyl

£22.99

Artist – Hey Colossus

Album – Dances/Curses Limited Edition Clear Vinyl

Price – £22.99

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Hey Colossus Dances Curses Clear Vinyl

BEST ROCK RECORD: 2020. NO FURTHER DISCUSSION.”
Quietus

“…weaves a rich sonic tapestry in which the wealth of ideas, clarity of vision and keen eye for detail makes for a highly rewarding, consistently unpredictable and at times utterly transcendent experience.” 
Quietus

“…a stunning piece of work… a consistently brilliant album.”
Echoes & Dust

“…a high quality not many can match in this or any music scene.”
Birthday Cake For Breakfas

“…the most essential guitar band in the country.” 5/5
Narc Magazine

“…sees Hey Colossus consolidate their status as the UK’s best psychedelic noise rock band.”8/10
Backseat Mafia

Hey Colossus Dances Curses Clear Vinyl

https://thequietus.com/articles/29185-hey-colossus-dances-curses-review

Dances/Curses – just like Four Bibles and The Guillotine before it – is neither a band flexing its technical muscles for the sake of it nor attempting to break into what remains of the mainstream music industry. It’s a distillation of the cumulative experience of a staunchly DIY band with nearly two decades of hard graft under their belt. It’s a honing of their considerable abilities in crafting a nuanced, detailed record that carries all of the weight, urgency and emotional pull of their early work while continuing to push inexorably forward into invigorating new territory.

When I first encountered Hey Colossus, somewhat late to the party in 2013, the band had just reached lofty new heights with the psych-sludge rager Cuckoo Live Life Like Cuckoo. The lysergic ferocity of that record left an indelible imprint on my 21-year-old soul and led me to question what ‘psychedelic’ music could or should be. Menacing, brutal and vibrant, its brown-acid intensity hit me square in the third eye.

Oliver Cookson The Quietus

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