Boomkat Product Review:
This eponymously titled Labradford album was actually the group's third, and finds them in chillingly good form. The opening track, 'Phantom Channel Crossing' is a real hair-raiser, ushered in by the sound of rattling chains and shrill percussion. The typically atmospheric mini-epics the band became famous for are just around the corner though: just check out the luscious strings and ghostly organ on 'Mid-Range', or the stately, quasi-gothic textures of 'Lake Speed' for further details. Very, very beautiful indeed.