INTRODUCING. blanket with new single ‘Starlight Filled Our Minds’

Release date: 15th November 2016

Genre: Ambient/progressive rock

Rating: ★★★★

This Blackpool quartet seems to have arrived out of nowhere and caught many peoples’ attention almost overnight. Welcome to the world of blanket, one of the country’s most intriguing and exciting bands around at the moment, with their stunning post-rock inspired ambient track, ‘Starlight Filled Our Minds’.

This track catches you off-guard and forces you to do a double-take due to its almost startling grace. It opens with immersive ambient sounds from guitarists Bobby and Simon and pulls you in as the soothing vocals seamlessly appear. As the song goes on, and all of the raw sounds join together, blanket create a totally immersive journey, one of huge power and emotions. This journey is constantly ebbing and flowing, building and breaking; all with delicate and complex layers. A futuristic crescendo envelops your ears, and refuses to let go. This song is the first from this group, and the statement it makes is one of anticipation for what could possibly come next within their debut album Our Brief Encounters’, to be released  10th February.

‘Starlight Filled Our Minds’ is about “going against those that wish to hold you back”, and the potential within blanket to explode out of the arms of anyone holding them back is unquestionable. Their post-rock influences reminiscent of the like of Caspian and Circa Survive are apparent, but you get the feeling like this band have something much grander in the works.

Immerse yourself into blanket below:


The debut album is now available to pre-order here

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Baker out.

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