We are excited to announce that Hills have the new album 'Alive at Roadburn' released on 17 March.
You can listen to an edit of 'Master Sleeps' exclusively via The Quietus here: the Quietus
The album will be available on LP/CD/DL & vinyl versions will be gatefold with artwork courtesy of Nik Payne of the Myrrors.
You can preorder the album on 'Double Ltd Beer & Cream Vinyl' Rocket Store
We have a limited amount on pre-order, the rest will be in shops both as the limited coloured at selected indie stores vinyl & standard black version elsewhere.
Or preorder digitally here
The press release reads:
Alive at Roadburn is Gothenburg based Hills 3rd album with Rocket Recordings.
Hot off the Swedish Psychedelia revival of the past few years and after their hailed 2015 album ‘Frid’, Hills connect the dots to their countries rich and intoxicating past with a handful of new sepia-toned tunes.
Like their predecessors unholy trinity of Pärson Sound, International Harvester and Träd Gräs och Stenar, Hills penchant to stretch out beyond, performing what feels like openly casual exhortations into intricate eastern tones and primal hypnotic rhythms, the band
illustrates that their sermons offer rational derangements of all the senses.
These four tracks sit deeply buried in oblivion, bones, skin, sweat, grooved with fearless intensity with no diminution of the interplay, spontaneity and feeling onstage, the band are entombed in mantric repetition while the vapour trail of The Byrds ‘Untitled’ epic; ‘Eight Miles High’ descend into an Elysian Field, where the dead enjoy happy tranquility, until they come to life and rise up again.
Alive in Roadburn summons the spirits of Swedish Midsummer celebration, the welcoming of the light of the longest day, as a people who have endured the long dark winter, their celebration of light, steeped in pagan roots are absorbed into the bands psyche and
these tracks sit like Cairns on the Swedish landscape, built as monuments to Hills.
The Hills are very much Alive and Burning.