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These New Puritans' 2013 LP Field Of Reeds is frequently compared to Talk Talk, in part because of the album's emotionally shattering and dense neoclassical explorations. Also, though, both bands…   Read Story »
The British art-rockers These New Puritans dropped their Field Of Reeds album over the summer, and their videos for "Fragment Two" and "Organ Eternal" are crystalline examples of calm, composed…   Read Story »
"Organ Eternal" isn't just one of These New Puritans' best songs; in context, it is the last gasp of air before the three tracks that makes up the overwhelmingly dense final section of their new…   Read Story »
Earlier this week, These New Puritans recorded a session for BBC Radio 1. The full session and interview can be heard here at 59:57. Below, hear a rip of a new song, "And It's Risen."   Read Story »
"Fragment Two" is the slow, stately first single from ambitious British postpunkers These New Puritans' new album Field Of Reeds, and its new video seems fittingly epic. In the video, a camera pans…   Read Story »
After hearing the tense and elegant, classically intoned "Fragment Two," you should be as excited as I am to hear Field Of Reeds, the new These New Puritans album that birthed it. And now you can!…   Read Story »
UK post-punk outfit These New Puritans will release a new record this summer, two year's after 2010's very worthy Hidden LP. Titled Field Of Reeds, its production is helmed once more by by Graham…   Read Story »
"Hologram" is the third single from These New Puritans' second album Hidden. I like the purple drank feel of the goth-romantic Salem remix. You get the album version for the piano-humping official…   Read Story »
SALEM turn "Hologram," from These New Puritans's recent Hidden album into something druggy and romantic. The remix appears on the upcoming "Hologram" single. Have a slow listen: These New Puritans…   Read Story »
These New Puritans followup the "We Want War" video's ballistics-influenced bodies and splashes and with another clip focusing on folks without shirts moving in slow-motion. This is "Attack Music"…   Read Story »