Silverman have been gone for a decade, a ten year period of solitude and silence.
But now they're back. As Dom Wills writes: "Some music has to be made. It cannot be ignored, forgotten, pushed to the back of the mind and left to die where most dreams die. No matter what barriers oppose its creation, no matter how uncomfortable its birth, it will out."
Slowly gathering themselves back together, new cut 'Go' is the result. Down tempo trip-hop vibes meets the meditative quality of early Leonard Cohen, it's a fine return from a group re-connecting with themselves.
Clash has obtained the fascinating – strikingly shot, fascinating, and powerful, it's an important extension of the music itself.
Check it out now.