Video: 'Later And Later Indeed' taken from 'Belmont Slope'

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Photograph of Richard Adams courtesy of Samantha Coles.

The Declining Winter return after a three year lay off with what is perhaps their strongest statement to date.

Pushing on from the pastoral blueprint of the long sold out ‘Home For Lost Souls’ (2015), ‘Belmont Slope’ is a bold and varied album, extending the boundaries of their earlier sound, introducing pop sensibilities and daring electronic flourishes.

Truly a Northern English album, Belmont Slope is a haphazard car ride across the M62, a love letter to the hills of Yorkshire and Lancashire, a paean to desolate beauty, unattainable love and lost friends.

 

The Declining Winter is the brainchild of Hood co-founder Richard Adams, an ever changing collective who emerge blinking into the daylight from their Yorkshire enclave with a unique blend of pastoral and lo-fi pop, shimmering electronics and rural post-rock.

"Sublime charms from Hood co-founder Richard Adams..." BOOMKAT

"the loose-knitted group’s most eclectic to date" DOA

 

"heartfelt, sincere music that is stripped bare" [SIC] MAGAZINE

 

"pastoral post-rock that re-imagines Bark Psychosis’ gauzy sounds for the British countryside" OPUS

"How the hell is it possible to make your most refined record and your most ambitious one at the same time? Like this, apparently...9/10"

NORMAN RECORDS

Video: 'My Divided World' taken from 'Belmont Slope'

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