It’s the follow-up to Channel D’s 2013 debut Mosaic of Disarray.
“I’d had panic attacks and insomnia on and off since 2001, when my mother died in the same week as 9/11,” de Grunwald said in a statement. “Two years ago, things got considerably worse, which is where these songs germinated. I kind of unravelled. I believe these songs came out of that really bad time. I hope what I experienced will resonate with anyone for whom the night can play tricks with your mind. Or who find terrifying the daily round of suicides, beheadings, bombs and the ravages of war.”
He recorded Unravelling at The Situation Room in West London with co-producer Tim Wills.