Kicking up a fuss on the Northern streets of Leeds, instrumental 5-piece Mahogany Hand Glider are one exciting band. Taken from their recent show at The Library, we’ve got an exclusive video of the band performing their brand new track, ‘Terrain Station’…
Mixing elements of post-rock, technical riffs, atmospheric soundscapes, and almost psychedelic performances, the band are now back with a brand new track ‘Terrain Station’. Taken from their forthcoming EP Bless the Fat, to be released via Destroy All Records, the band have spent the past month in the studio recording, following 2012’s Naked Huf which received widespread acclaim.
The video, filmed upstairs at The Library Pub in Leeds back in November 2012 by Jonathan Duffin of Miranda’s Dream (who also collaborated with the band on their video for “This Isn’t Funny Anymore”). ‘Terrain Station’ is an epic piece evoking “imagery of interstellar travel and cosmic discovery”, an awesome theme that the band has heavily explored in the making of this EP due out in early May on Destroy All Records.
1st March 2012 – Royal Park Cellars, Leeds (British Wildlife Festival w/ Hawk Eyes & That Fucking Tank
28th March – Dada Bar, Sheffield (supporting Vasco Da Gama)
28th April 2012 – Brudenell, Leeds (w/ Ikestra, Cleft & Godzilla Black)