TORRES Announces New Album 'Thirstier'

It's out on July 30th...TORRES will release new album 'Thirstier' on July 30th. The songwriter decamped to Devon last year to focus on the project, self-producing alongside Rob Ellis and Peter Miles. Thematically, 'Thirstier' focusses on the intensity of joy, with TORRES opening herself up to fresh feelings, and in turn allowing these to inform her art. She says: “I wanted to channel my intensity into something that felt positive and constructive, as opposed to being intense in a destructive or eviscerating way. I love the idea that intensity can actually be something life-saving or something joyous.” “I’ve been conjuring this deep, deep joy that I honestly didn’t feel for most of my life,” she adds. “I feel like a rock within myself. And I’ve started to feel that I have what it takes to help other people conjure their joy, too.” 'Thirstier' will be released on June 30th through Merge Records, with lead single 'Don’t Go Puttin Wishes in My Head' arriving dappled in light. The full video for 'Thirstier' is online now - check it out below. 'Thirstier' tracklist: 1. Are You Sleepwalking? 2. Don’t Go Puttin Wishes in My Head 3. Constant Tomorrowland 4. Drive Me 5. Big Leap 6. Hug From a Dinosaur 7. Thirstier 8. Kiss the Corners 9. Hand in the Air 10. Keep the Devil Out - - - Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. Buy Clash Magazine

TORRES Announces New Album 'Thirstier'
It's out on July 30th...

TORRES will release new album 'Thirstier' on July 30th.

The songwriter decamped to Devon last year to focus on the project, self-producing alongside Rob Ellis and Peter Miles.

Thematically, 'Thirstier' focusses on the intensity of joy, with TORRES opening herself up to fresh feelings, and in turn allowing these to inform her art.

She says: “I wanted to channel my intensity into something that felt positive and constructive, as opposed to being intense in a destructive or eviscerating way. I love the idea that intensity can actually be something life-saving or something joyous.”

“I’ve been conjuring this deep, deep joy that I honestly didn’t feel for most of my life,” she adds. “I feel like a rock within myself. And I’ve started to feel that I have what it takes to help other people conjure their joy, too.”

'Thirstier' will be released on June 30th through Merge Records, with lead single 'Don’t Go Puttin Wishes in My Head' arriving dappled in light.

The full video for 'Thirstier' is online now - check it out below.

'Thirstier' tracklist:

1. Are You Sleepwalking?
2. Don’t Go Puttin Wishes in My Head
3. Constant Tomorrowland
4. Drive Me
5. Big Leap
6. Hug From a Dinosaur
7. Thirstier
8. Kiss the Corners
9. Hand in the Air
10. Keep the Devil Out

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Steven Wilson Shares New Song 'ANYONE BUT ME'
It was recorded during the sessions for his album 'The Future Bites'...

Steven Wilson has shared his new song 'ANYONE BUT ME'.

The songwriter's new album 'The Future Bites' was released earlier this year, finding the progressive composer leaning into his synth influences.

Reminiscent at times of those luxurious Trevor Horn 12 inch mixes, dealt with our evolving relationship with technology.

The album w, and in that time changed form - originally meant to close the project, 'ANYONE BUT ME' was dropped from the tracklist.

Well, it's now online. Steven explains...

"This song was a casualty of COVID-19. It was originally the closing song on 'The Future Bites', the album was even mastered and cut with it in place, but the delay in releasing the album gave me the chance to re-evaluate and I decided to replace it with the more laid back and atmospheric 'Count Of Unease'. I still love this song though. Lyrically it’s about how it’s now possible to present to the world a version of yourself via social media that may have no bearing on reality - photos of yourself in places you’ve never been, hanging out with friends you’ve never met. It’s becoming more important to create the illusion of a desirable life on social media than it is to actually live it."

Check it out now.

Steven Wilson is currently finishing his first book, which will be published later this year.

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