The Monks Kitchen return after a 6 year hiatus with a full length Long Player on Wonderfulsound.
In 2007 The Monks Kitchen released a debut mini LP on James (Libertines/The Strokes) Endicott’s new venture 1965 Records.
6 Years later the well weathered hermit- like melancholic trio return with an LP of 18 songs recorded in attics lofts and borrowed vintage analogue equipment. Some recordings can be traced back to 12 years previous others 2 months ago.
There’s poetry, harmony, soundscapes, twelve strings, autoharps, pianos, xylopjones and a distinct lack of choruses. And with no clear lead singer & half the tracks instrumental the only tangible thread is that there’s no clue what form of conjured beauty or dark rambling will follow.
Make no mistake “Music From…” is a record that tells a subtle strange story that requires full sonic immersion.