Notwist: Vertigo Days

Notwist SKU: 41160763
The Notwist: Vertigo Days

Notwist: Vertigo Days

Notwist SKU: 41160763

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Vertigo Days
Artist: Notwist
Label: Morr Music / M.M.
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 880918818016
Genre: Rock

Double vinyl LP pressing. On *Vertigo Days*, the first album in six years for The Notwist, one of Germany's most iconic independent groups are alive to the possibilities of the moment. Their music has long been open-minded and exploratory, but from it's engrossing structure, through it's combination of melancholy pop, clangorous electronics, hypnotic Krautrock and driftwork ballads, to it's international musical guests, *Vertigo Days* is both a new step for The Notwist, and a reminder of just how singular they've always been. Most importantly, the core trio of Markus and Micha Acher and Cico Beck are reaching out: as Markus reflects, "we wanted to question the concept of a band by adding other voices and ideas, other languages, and also question or blur the idea of national identity."

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