Swipe

Waterloo Records

Vinyl LP pressing. 2021 release. Sleigh Bells' sixth album Texis is the sound of the duo letting go of all hang-ups and inhibitions and allowing themselves to embrace making the sort of loud, colourful, genre-melting music only they could make. "We stopped worrying about whether or not we're in or out of our comfort zone, or if we were being repetitive or formulaic," says guitarist and composer Derek Miller. "In the past we were pretty obsessed with tearing up the rule book and starting from scratch for every record as a means to do something new or different," he says. "For Texis we didn't worry about any of that stuff, we just pushed the first domino and hoped that something exciting and inspiring would happen."
Vinyl LP pressing. 2021 release. Sleigh Bells' sixth album Texis is the sound of the duo letting go of all hang-ups and inhibitions and allowing themselves to embrace making the sort of loud, colourful, genre-melting music only they could make. "We stopped worrying about whether or not we're in or out of our comfort zone, or if we were being repetitive or formulaic," says guitarist and composer Derek Miller. "In the past we were pretty obsessed with tearing up the rule book and starting from scratch for every record as a means to do something new or different," he says. "For Texis we didn't worry about any of that stuff, we just pushed the first domino and hoped that something exciting and inspiring would happen."
689492207915

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 12/24/2021
UPC: 689492207915

Texis (Uk)
Artist: Sleigh Bells
Format: Vinyl
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability
Wish

Formats and Editions

More Info:

Vinyl LP pressing. 2021 release. Sleigh Bells' sixth album Texis is the sound of the duo letting go of all hang-ups and inhibitions and allowing themselves to embrace making the sort of loud, colourful, genre-melting music only they could make. "We stopped worrying about whether or not we're in or out of our comfort zone, or if we were being repetitive or formulaic," says guitarist and composer Derek Miller. "In the past we were pretty obsessed with tearing up the rule book and starting from scratch for every record as a means to do something new or different," he says. "For Texis we didn't worry about any of that stuff, we just pushed the first domino and hoped that something exciting and inspiring would happen."

back to top