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Tuesday, March 04, 2014


Hercules & Love Affair announces their new album ‘The Feast Of The Broken Heart’ (released 26th May) sees another musical reinvention from ringmaster Andy Butler - delivered by an impeccable new line up.  2014’s line up is another roll call of exceptionally talented vocalists. BRITS nominee John Grant’s ability for translating hardship into elegance is writ large on ‘I Try To Talk To You’ and ‘Liberty’; sexy Rouge Mary, whose deep, spiritual voice is hewn from a gospel education; talented Belgian singer Gustaph whose counter tenor takes lead on the single ‘Do You Feel The Same?’ and smoky voiced virtuoso Krystle Warren, who was introduced to Butler by Grant, and sings the provocative ‘My Offence’. Kicking off proceedings is the dancefloor single ‘Do You Feel The Same?’, a jacking pop anthem released 14th April, with B-sides ‘Raid’ (a late night dancefloor banger replete with sirens, 'Working Miracles’ (a sample led journey into the more experimental side of Hercules & Love Affair). ‘The Feast Of The Broken Heart’ is co-produced by Ha-Ze Factory and industrial stalwart Mark Pistel and released on Moshi Moshi on May 26th. 'Do You Feel The Same?' It's fucking delirious, I'm so insanely stoked on this, I'll definitely be bangin' this track really loud on my sound speakers, watch out neighbours! 
Album tracklisting:
Hercules Theme
My Offence feat.  Krystle Warren 
I Try To Talk To You - feat. John Grant
That's Not Me - feat. Gustaph
Think - feat. Rouge Mary
5.43 To Freedom - feat. Rouge Mary
The Light - feat. Krystle Warren
Liberty - feat. John Grant 
Do You Feel The Same? – feat. Gustaph
The Key - feat. Rouge Mary 

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