French post-punks LANE are back with their second long-player.
Pictures Of A Century represents a relatively speedy return for the band from Angers in western France, following on from the release of the acclaimed full-length debut A Shiny Day a little over a year ago.
The album was recorded on a vintage EMI desk at Véga studio in Carpentras near Avignon in the south of France with producer/engineer Michel Toledo (Soledad Brothers, King Khan Experience).
An acronym for Love And Noise Experiment, LANE emerged from the ashes of legendary punks LES THUGS - who released several albums on such labels as Vinyl Solution, Alternative Tentacles and SubPop during the 80s and 90s - and fellow Angers band DARIA. They released their debut four-track EP Teaching Not To Pray in 2018.
Check out the first single 'Voices'...
LANE play La Maroquinerie, Paris on 7 November with more dates to follow.