Maribou State have released their first new music since 2015 in the form of new track “Turnmills”…
Blending orchestral elements and choral vocals with a shuffling hi-hat beat, the track rolls in over found sounds, with an almost gospel crescendo. It has the feel of a triumphant end-credits moment in the reality of urban life. Listen to it, and immediately feel that you have succeeded in your day.
There’s a reason for this return, the track is named after the legendary club which closed in 2008. Liam Ivory (who is one half of Maribou State with Chris Davids) says “Turnmills was where we first experienced electronic music in a club setting. It’s a totally different and transformative listening experience and that communal spirit, atmosphere and feeling has inspired the way we’ve made music”.
The track is dedicated to that club which closed in 2008. To help bring attention to the many nightlife venue closures across the UK, Maribou State are playing a one off gig on May 17th for Save The Nightlife Industry at Corsica Studios in London. Follow #SaveNightlife for more details on the campaign.
The track is available on Counter Records