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LICE -Red Fibres

LICE -Red Fibres

LICE has announced their second album, Third Time At The Beach, set to release on September 20th via AD 93. The album, divided into three parts, explores humanity’s quest to understand the complexities of the world through history, science, and personal growth. The band describes it as “a celebration of feeling confused or intimidated by the processes that shape our lives.”

The lead single, “Red Fibres,” is a five-minute journey through minimalist rock and techno, accompanied by an equally wild music video. The song delves into the frustration of reaching adulthood with a limited understanding of the world. It takes listeners on a surreal trip through key moments in the history of language, science, and human perception, culminating in a campsite showdown between two shipwreck survivors.

Third Time At The Beach follows LICE’s 2021 debut, WASTELAND: What Ails Our People Is Clear, and continues their tradition of thought-provoking, genre-defying music. The album’s structure mirrors the stages of enlightenment: from the naïve introduction to the world, through a disorienting reevaluation of fundamental concepts, to the ultimate embrace of newfound understanding and agency.

LICE’s latest work promises a compelling mix of intellectual depth and sonic innovation, reflecting the band’s ambition to push boundaries and challenge listeners. As they explain, “This album’s about trying to understand the world and everything in it.”

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