Entitled Visibility is a Trap the five-tracker heralds the arrival of the outfit’s second full-length, Will to be Well, which is due for release in early summer. Apparently based on “the language and imagery of self-help, R.D. Laing and the anti-psychiatry movement,” Visibility is a Trap is a woozy, languid affair, not dissimilar do Dalhous’s debut album Ambassador.
This fact no doubt led to the inclusion of a dub-flecked, bass heavy workout from Brummie techno legend Karl O’Connor, aka Regis, who provides his take on Ambassador‘s ‘He Was A Human And Belonged With Humans’.
If you fancy catching Dalhous live, they’re supporting Wolfgang Voigt (aka Gas) at St John at Hackney Church on May 22 as part of the ongoing St John Sessions.
Visibility is a Trap will be released on April 7 via Blackest Ever Black.