With the release of their new album The Future Cannot Be Born Yet, It Is Waiting For The Past To Die, experimental post-rock band King Capisce are pushing the boundaries of instrumental music in 2014.
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Having recently been on tour with the likes of GoGo Penguin and Leeds’ very own Roller Trio this year, you’d be hard pressed to find an experimental band as well positioned and on-point as Sheffield five-piece King Capisce.
Effectively incorporating elements of jazz, post-rock and prog, King Capisce are one of a very select few who successfully and appropriately manage to use brass instruments within experimental music. The saxophone never overbearing or cringe-worthy, and the textures always balanced, the quintet are able to make music that’s both interesting, progressive and highly enjoyable.
So with the release of their 2nd record titled The Future Cannot Be Born Yet, It Is Waiting For The Past To Die last month via The Audacious Art Experiment, we’re delighted to be able to give everyone a chance to listen to the album in full. Listen above.
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Words by Andy Crowder