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Quietus Hour Special: Crying Fountains With Liars' Angus Andrew
Luke Turner , August 24th, 2017 10:19

This week on The Quietus Hour, Luke Turner and Seb White were joined by Angus Andrew to discuss the tracks that made up research for new Liars album TFCF

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Over the past few weeks The Quietus has been lucky enough to see Liars play live three times, at the Visions Festival, Green Man and last night at Rough Trade East, where Angus Andrew and his new bandmates managed to conjure a special energy that transported us somewhere weird of their own making - it was as if we weren't in a shop. After 15 years of operation the new Liars album TFCF is the first Andrew has made on his own, and it stands out as one of the finest in a remarkable set that few of their peers have come close to. On this week's Quietus Hour, Angus Andrew speaks to Luke Turner about 10 tracks that shaped the record, and gives insights into its creation out in a remote part of the Australian bush. He discusses how the sound of nature made it into every track on TFCF, the move from LA to his homeland, the separation from Aaron Hemphill... and why he's taken to wearing a wedding dress onstage. Subscribe to The Quietus Hour podcast here for all our past episodes including specials with the likes of Thurston Moore, Shirley Collins, Cosey Fanni Tutti, John Lydon, Gary Numan and more. Liars return to the UK this autumn including a date at Heaven in London on October 27th and Newcastle's Boiler Shop on October 29th.

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Aug 24, 2017 11:47am

TFCF doesn't deserve to be called a Liars album. Andrew should have released it as a solo album under his own name.

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james hill
Aug 25, 2017 6:19pm

Hello Luke & Quietus. I wonder - could you give me more info on the last track played on this podcast please? Introduced as sounding like 'tarkar & eijur'? but cant google anything relevant despite different spellings - please help

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Steve
Aug 29, 2017 6:56am

In reply to james hill:

blackesteverblack.com/artists/tarcar-2/

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james hill
Aug 29, 2017 6:32pm

In reply to Steve:

thanks :)

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