An album about late-stage capitalism and being tired all the time
Feed The Engines! is the third album from Scottish electro-pop band L-space. It follows the critical success of their debut album Kipple Arcadia and their ambitious electronic score Music for Megastructures.
Each track on the album explores a facet of life under late-stage capitalism with humour and Lily's acute lyrical observations. The band's sound has evolved from the ethereal synths of Kipple Arcadia into a more energetic electro-pop sound.
Under their duo moniker Post Coal Prom Queen Lily and Gordon will embark on a tour to support the album in April/May 2020. They'll be visiting London, Tokyo, Glasgow, Carlisle, and Edinburgh with more to be announced.
Feed The Engines! was written by L-space and recorded at Homegrown Productions in Larbert with James Taylor and Infinity Bus Studios in Glasgow with Simon Doherty.
L-space are Lily Higham, Gordon Johnstone and Dickson Telfer.
"a Celtic-tinged dystopia in a technicolour which paints over a cold robotic society"
★★★★ - The Wee Review
"Their best work yet"
Vic Galloway - BBC Radio Scotland
"A thing of beauty...perhaps the greatest thing they've ever done"
Small Music Scene
"a very cleared eyed and adroit analysis of the world"
8/10 - God Is In The TV