After two astonishing sets and an equally satisfying encore filled with masterful musicianship and mesmerizing visuals it was almost impossible to stand
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‘Pure Mood’ is a very particular kind of album, where the initial encounter leaves behind it nothing but a trail of white noise and a half-hearted nod of approval.
Unbearably fragile from start to finish, ‘Honeymoon’ is loneliness incarnate but, more importantly: it’s quite divisive.
There’s not a patch of floor in sight and when Mac and co. finally emerge onstage the roar is like nothing I’ve ever heard.
Brimming with intellect, innovation and an infectiously joyous sense of abandon, it’s hard to imagine what Battles could possibly think of next.
Delightfully crooked and embodied with a heart-wrenching, early 90s aesthetic, ‘Ageist’ feels like it’s laying its life on the line.
Listening to ‘Minesweeping’ is as fraught with uncertainty as its namesake suggests.
With fists clenched, this resurrected beast speaks in those trademark tortured rasps, the fourteen-track manifesto a fervent call to rally hearts and minds to its cause.