Bone Island

Charleston melodic indie rockers The Working Title return with Bone Island the independent release is available digitally, and brick-and-mortar through RED on July 21.

In a recent article, notes, “Bone Island has a more mature, emotionally raw sound than The Working TItle’s earlier records.”

Singer/songwriter Joel Hamilton explains: “[We stripped] each song down to the bone and [built] it from the ground up like a bunch of little bone structures that made a skeleton house.”

With the help of friend and producer Jake Sinclair, the album was recorded in three weeks. zeroes in on the opener “Physical Love” that “may or may not shock the audience with its unrestrained bluntness. Slight distortion introduces the song, before giving way to fuzzy beats and clashing percussion reminiscent of something Californian outfit the Cold War Kids might have conjured up.”

The Working Titled debuted in 2003 with their critically-acclaimed EP, Everyone Here Is Wrong, which received an impressive 5/5 review in Alternative Press. Three years later, the band released About Face, their full-length debut, on Universal Records, but parted amicably with the label shortly after the release.

Bone Island is the second full length from The Working Title.


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