|1.||"War" (feat Colin Webster & David Yow) (3:06)|
|2.||"Grounds" (feat Colin Webster & Warren Ellis) (2:57)|
|3.||"Mr Motivator" (feat Colin Webster) (3:24)|
|4.||"Anxiety" (feat David Yow) (2:58)|
|5.||"Kill Them With Kindness" (feat David Yow & Jamie Cullum) (3:39)|
|6.||"Model Village" (4:03)|
|1.||"Ne Touche Pas Moi" (feat Jehnny Beth) (2:34)|
|3.||"Reigns" (feat Colin Webster) (4:23)|
|4.||"The Lover" (feat Colin Webster & David Yow) (3:18)|
|5.||"A Hymn" (5:14)|
This is not the first time we've asked if IDLES are the most important rock band of this century, and even if it was we wouldn't be the first to ask that question. The Bristol punk juggernauts refuse to be forgiving or compromising when it comes to tackling the issues they focus on - from racial prejudice and immigration to income inequality - and never fail to make a massive impact in the studio (and even more so on stage).
Ultra Mono is album number three, and it packs something serious. Well, actually an arsenal of serious things. Much like its predecessor, this is straight up sonic warfare being declared on the right wing patriarchy, weapons brandished from all directions. Staccato stomper 'Grounds' does more than reference thunderstorms, it sounds like the uprising has begun, with other highlights including 'War' and the electronic chaos of 'Squalls'. Exceptional, as ever.
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