Beacon Share New Album ‘Along The Lethe’ In Full

"It feels like a record without restraints."

Beacon have shared new album ‘Along The Lethe’ in full.

Out now, it’s the electronic project’s fourth full length, using apocalyptic themes that emerged from watching New York close down during the pandemic. Largely crafted during quarantine, the record found the pair challenging each other as never before.

‘Along The Lethe’ is a broad, wide-ranging experience, with Beacon commenting that “it feels like a record without restraints.”

They explain…

“I was haunted by this feeling of history intruding on our reality as lockdown descended on NYC, I was reading a book called The Wake by Paul Kingsnorth about the apocalyptic aftermath of the Norman Invasion of England in 1066, written in a ‘shadow tongue’ combining old and modern english. This uncanniness followed me through the pandemic.”

‘Along The Lethe’ is out now, accompanied by a video for ‘Harm’ directed by Dalena Tran.

Apparent Movement. The album is paired with the official video for Harm directed by Dalena Tran. 

Along The Lethe

Tune in now.

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