Scottish indie outfit Fatherson have shared four re-worked tracks from their recent LP, ‘Sum of All Your Parts’.
The release follows on from their largest ever headline tour in October of last year.
The ‘Reimagined EP’, recorded in Belfast alongside Kris Platt and Danny Morgan-Ball of alternative pop band Blue Americans, has been stripped back into a heart-on-sleeve state – check them out below:
Speaking about the re-envisioned tracks, frontman Ross Leighton said: “Our good friends Blue Americans run a collective called Oil Tape that we’ve always really admired. When we heard the stuff they were producing we fell in love with it and thought it would be cool to take some of our favourite tracks from Some of All Your Parts, and come at them from a fresh angle.”
He went on: “We spent a week at their place in Belfast playing around with the tracks, picking up instruments we’d never used before and experimenting with production. We’re big fans of electronic music, and it was so much fun to be able to take things in a such a fresh direction.”
Fatherson will take to the road in February for a UK tour, finishing up with their biggest ever headline show at the 02 Academy Glasgow, followed by two nights at London’s OMEARA.
Photo from Stevie Kyle