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Redolent's release of Aspartame on the 17th of September marks the beginning of an experiment in a song-a-month release structure for a previously album focused band . With two albums stockpiled, they plan to release music on the 17th of each month for the foreseeable future.
The song, intricate and melancholy, tackles anguish over a friend's drug abuse, using artificial sweeteners and food colourings as a metaphor.
Hear it below.
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Redolent is an adjective that perfectly describes the creative output of the band: redolent of eclectic musical influence and the sights, sounds, and experiences of modern urban life. Flitting between the lines of style and mood: aggressive, electronic, melancholy, orchestral
As well as local gigging, Redolent have played at UK festivals including: T in the park, Belladrum, and Liverpool Sound City.
Studio-centric, the band have unrestricted access to Leith's renowned Post Electric Studio (run by Rod Jones of IDLEWILD), and have spent years perfecting their writing and recording process under the guidance of band member and in-house recording engineer Danny Herbert.
Clash Magazine described Redolent's 2018 release “Dantercepies” as “Simply unstoppable.” The Skinny described their most recent release “I Thought They Were Just Fireworks” as “Powerful” and being “Bursting at the seams with a manic falsetto that brings to mind the likes of Thom Yorke”.
Never contrived and always redolent of something to someone. Future cult favourites. Jump on now as they begin releasing a backlog of odd and honest music.
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