Veldt | The Cause The Effect

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The Cause The Effect

by Veldt

Scott Walker being mugged by Portishead. Weapons supplied by Lee Hazelwood.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Sleep
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2. Good Morning
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3. The Aviary Hive
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4. Sunshine
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5. Two Days Gone
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6. Bullet
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7. This Idle Love
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8. Strung Out
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9. The Cause: The Effect
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10. Vignette (for a Demi God)
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11. Walking in Silence
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Album Notes
Based in Brighton on the south coast of England, VELDT record and perform songs in their own unique style, with influences ranging from sixties film scores (Morricone, Barry, Budd) to the loops and samples of the darker corners of modern pop.

It's all there - sore throats, barometers, archaeology, homes and houses, cavemen, fake plastic sandwiches, Elvis in disguise plus the J-SAS... If this means nothing to you, then why not treat yourself and read the diary archives on the website...


"Simply peerless and perfect" - LosingToday

"If the right music biz sort gets hold of it, has the potential to do rather large things" - Beatmag

"It's all beautifully beguiling" - Subba-Cultcha

"Spellbinding" - Glastonbury Online

"Fantastic" - BBC6 Music

"A beautifully pained exercise in melodramatic sophistication, heartbreak never sounded so affecting" - CMU Daily

"Watch this band unfurl into something great" - The Source

"Capable of being enormous, impressive, showstopping" - Drownedinsound


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