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8 thoughts on “ Surfing The Void - Klaxøns* - Surfing The Void [Deluxe Edition] (CDr, Album)

  1. Aug 23,  · Surfing the Void reached number ten on the UK Albums Chart, as well as multiple charts worldwide. The album marked Klaxons' first entry into the Australian market at the time, debuting at number 15 on the ARIA Charts. Critical reception to the album was generally favourable, with many reviewers commenting on the band's progression from their debut/5(29).
  2. Sep 02,  · Listening to Surfing the Void, Klaxons’s follow-up to their debut Myths of the Near Future, it sounds as if the English dance-punk revelers would be right at home in the shadowy pit of Tech Noir: As they demonstrated with their screechy cover of Grace’s U.K. dance hit “It’s Not Over Yet,” the band has a knack for viewing the.
  3. Surfing the void Light as the guide Surfing the void Awakening in different places I peel away to connect again Like being born of a bolt of lightning Unable to explain anything I span the sights of the lost connections I see the dream within the dream I'm letting go of my part in the story As the word is and ever will be Hear the void scream.
  4. Listen to Surfing The Void (Deluxe Edition) on Spotify. Klaxons · Album · · 14 cerpiasawrimicnewsswifenranjadecom.coinfoed on:
  5. The phrase "Surfing the Void" comes from French philosopher Simone Weil's religious and life-affirming book Gravity and cerpiasawrimicnewsswifenranjadecom.coinfot and vocalist Jamie Reynolds explained to NME July 24, "Its meaning, I realised had a double application for us. On one hand 'the void' represents where the band were for a time between these albums, it's this same journey that's eventually fuelled the.
  6. Jun 15,  · Surfing The Void is out 8/23 via Polydor. Here’s its first single, “Flashover,” for which Klaxons’ sense of humor seems to have been lost to “the overmind”.
  7. Surfing the Void A gabba-rave riot in the fine tradition of ‘Atlantis To Interzone’, inspired by the band’s dabblings with psychotropic plant drug ayahuasca and full of cockiness. Feels like.

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