Most Unpleasant Men
Nothing Moves Slower (January 15, 2009)
Joram Tornij (1980) - Vocals, Guitar
Jelte Heringa (1982) – Keyboard, Vocals
Johan Wulterkens (1980) – Guitar, Vocals
Merijn van de Wijdeven (1982) – Bass, Horn, Vocals
Frank Wienk (1982) – Drums, Vocals
Eels, Sigur Rós en Talk Talk
In January 2009, Most Unpleasant Men will release their debut album.
The Utrecht-based band took the time and made the effort to conscientiously mould their narrative songs. That took a while. They have therefore, appropriately, named the album Nothing Moves Slower.
The title is also a reference to the generally relaxed pace of the songs. However, the addition of strings, wind section and choruses provided all 12 songs with a pronounced sound and proves that slow does not equal lethargic.
Nothing Moves Slower was recorded and mixed by Mathijn den Duijf whom previously worked with C-mon & Kypski, Kyteman and Storybox. Karel de Backer was willing to take care of the mastering. Thanks to the work of both technicians the CD sounds scrupulously clean.
The 5 notable, but in contrast to what the band name implies, cultured young men, enchant their audience with catchy songs that are quick to remember, yet intriguing enough to captivate. In 2008 they proved this in and around Utrecht. After the CD-launch on the 24th of January in Ekko, Most Unpleasant Men will be frequently performing live throughout the Netherlands.
Current info : www.mostunpleasantmen.nl
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