Ninetails: Slept And Did Not Sleep

By Peter Guy on Nov 7, 12 01:24 PM in On it

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Ninetails return with new EP Slept And Did Not Sleep and spanking new video in a Getintothis exclusive.

Ninetails are back with a new EP Slept And Did Not Sleep out via Superstar Destroyer Records on November 26.

The GIT Award 2012 nominees show profound progression since those early math pop diamonds with languid, ambience and experimental harmonies pushed to the fore.

Slept and Did Not Sleep, the follow up to Ghost Ride the Whip EP, sees the Liverpool four piece explore euphoria, lamentation and lucidity through minimalist instrumentation and even throwing a few samples to boot.

The band - Ed Black, Philip Morris, Jordan Balaber and Jake King - are all set to play the GIT Award 2013 launch party on November 16 alongside Esco Williams as he launches his debut single The New Challenger.

Off the back of supporting Alt-J, Errors and Tall Ships, they're set to feature at new Liverpool night Constellation on November 17 alongside Fantastic Mister Fox, Throwing Snow and Sert One at Haus in the Baltic Triangle.

A limited number of 'uniquely chopped and screwed' cassette tapes of the EP will also be available.

Getintothis GIT Award profile of Ninetails.
Getintothis picture gallery of Ninetails at Edge Hill alongside Death At Sea and more.
Ninetails featured in Getintothis' Top 10 bands of Sound City 2012
Ninetails drop Blue Bottle Flu.
NME scene report on the GIT Award 2012 featuring Ninetails.

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