Enjoy ‘Refractions’ by Ajeebspindare
We couldn’t wait any longer to put out Ajeeb‘s new album ‘Refractions‘. This is one of those records that we really enjoy ’cause it’s a great mix of 90s alt-rock and shoegaze but with a contemporary sound, quite similar to the new wave of noise rock bands coming from the UK and Australia. We strongly recommend you to give it a go, and get one of the copies of the limited-editions on vinyl, compact disc and/or cassette.
After the singles “Hollowed Out” and “Far Enough” the band puts out their new studio album ‘Refractions‘ via Spinda Records, in collaboration with the own band and a bunch of other Spanish labels such as Violence In the Veins, Quebranta Records, Noizeland Records, Hey Boy Hey Girl, Bandera Records, Naife and Hombre Montaña, as well as Clever Eagle Records and The Ghost Is Clear Records, both from the US. The artwork is by Andalusian studio The Braves Church, based on photographies by Sara GDM (bass player) and Daniel L. Fleitas.
‘Refractions’ smells like alternative rock with high doses of fuzz and reverb. These 11 songs represent a true twist on our debut album ‘Toss and Turn’ and a new beginning after an extremely complex moment that we were going through… From the lyrics themselves to the way the songs were written, and even the simple fact of recording it completely in analogue, we had the objective to capture our purest and most direct essence. We intend to show that the changes that take place around us end up transforming us and forcing us to evolve from one way or another, depending on the perspective from which you look at it and how we interpret them. ‘Refractions’ is an album to be listened loud, letting yourself be carried away by the different moods you’ll get into.Ajeeb on their new album ‘Refractions‘
- Hollowed Out (single)
- Far Enough (single)
- Mustard Surfing
- Oh Well
- Stuck For Decades
- Double Somersault
- Tail Chasing