On the latest episode of FACT TV’s Record Shopping series, we visited Bristol’s Idle Hands with Hyetal.

Since breaking through with a pair of singles in 2009, ‘Pixel Rainbow Sequence’ and ‘Neon Speech’, Hyetal has emerged as one of the city’s most distinctive artists, moving away from the dancefloor and exploring the cinematic tendencies of his music on 2011’s debut album BroadcastOn his new album, Modern Worship, the songwriting is taken to the next level – Hyetal teamed up with Londoner Gwilym Gold on several tracks – as he continues to make that glistening ’80s sound his own.

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