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Welsh trio The Joy Formidable returned in September with their new album AAARTH, which seems to be one of the most overlooked records of 2018 so far. The record, which is their fourth, is yet another solid effort from the band who take their sound to exciting new heights.

On November 9 their U.S. tour in support of the album brought them back to New York (we caught them last year at Le Poisson Rouge) on the night of November 9 for performance at Music Hall of Williamsburg along with openers Tancred (who we saw open for Julien Baker at White Eagle Hall a few months back).
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The Joy Formidable – “The Wrong Side”

By Will Oliver, August 8th 2018

Welsh rock trio The Joy Formidable are always reliable for strong new releases and we hope that their new album AAARTH is no different.

AAARTH will be released on September 28 via Seradom Records and we previously shared with you “Dance Of The Lotus,” the first song to be released from the album.

They’ve since released “The Wrong Side,” a rocker that wastes no time establishing its tone and showcasing many of the fine skills that the band have used to help make a name for themselves over the year.

Find a stream of “The Wrong Side”

The Joy Formidable – “Dance Of The Lotus”

By Will Oliver, May 30th 2018 — with 1 comment

Welsh trio The Joy Formidable has returned with a big sounding new single with “Dance Of The Lotus,” which is set to appear on their new album due out later this year.

This is notably one of the most unique and experimental sounds for the band today but it’s a heavy atmospheric tune that suits them quite nicely. It’s always good to see established acts such as The Joy Formidable continue to grow and evolve and push boundaries every step of the way and that’s exactly what they do on “Dance Of The Lotus,” and if the rest of the album follows suit, this is sure to be one hell of a record.

You can find the track’s official music video posted below, which was directed by TRLLM
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