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WATCH: New Thought Forms Video
Lottie Brazier , October 24th, 2016 14:03

The band jam out single ‘Woolf Music’ in a haunted woodland

With its accompanying video, which you can check out above, shot in the low light of Wiltshire’s supposedly haunted woodlands, Thought Forms’ new single ‘Woolf Music’ is a loose psychedelic jam of scatty drum fills and crunchy guitar tones.

This song features on their third album release, Songs About Drowning, and shows them adopt a tighter, more sophisticated approach to songwriting than on their two previous full works. It also sees them move away from the drawn-out, shoegaze-influenced reverb that those albums somewhat featured more of. This single plays counterpart to first single, the equally heavy and atmospheric ‘Forget My Name’, which is also available on Soundcloud.

Thought Forms are currently on tour with the instrumental/math rock band 65daysofstatic, playing at the UK venues of Islington Assembly Hall in London, Marble Factory in Bristol, Plug in Sheffield, the University of Newcastle and the Glasgow School of Art. Tickets and full listings are available for this tour via Thought Forms’ website here. Songs About Drowning is out on November 4.

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