The album is said to collate 11 turbulent tracks recorded in a single take using a deliberately restricted setup, further cementing the UK producers deft touch with raw hardware. ‘Blizzards‘ also marks a “nod to the tumultuousness of British politics”.
Perhaps best known for his early output on James Holden’s imprint Border Community, Nathan Fake rose to prominence in 2006 with his debut ‘Drowning In A Sea Of Love LP‘, an album that has since become a timeless staple in the realms of leftfield electronica and post-KLF trancey ambient.
To celebrate the release, Nathan Fake will embark on a 5-month UK and EU tour, commencing on 22 March at Berghain, Fake will also perform in Barcelona, Norwich, Milan, Bruges, Rome, Leeds, Manchester, Brighton and many more.
1. Cry Me A Blizzard
4. Stepping Stone
6. North Brink
9. Torch Song
10. Eris & Dysnomia