“‘Two Cranes’ began life in a cold, dark railway arch in south London. It was really just a title and a drum loop. Only when we left the city a few months later to write and record in a beach house on England’s east coast did the idea became a fully fledged song. Written over the course of a day, we couldn’t have predicted the extent to which our surroundings would influence the sound and feel of the track. Looking back, it couldn’t have been made anywhere else,” the band said in a statement.
The environment the band wrote the EP in, a secluded beach house on the East Coast of England, gave the release it’s ebbing and flowing sound. They also took advantage of the environment; recording one song, ‘Hounds’, in a WWII bunker.
The band will hold a free EP release show at The Sebright Arms on November 25.