I Break Horses shares I Live At Night (Live At Night)

Having released her new album Warnings on May 8th via Bella Union, I Break Horses today shares a live video performance for “I Live At Night”, which is also now available digitally on streaming platforms. The video recorded live in Lindén’s back garden was originally broadcast as part of the Bella Union ILOVERECORDSTORES day celebrations.

“Vivid, noirish narratives that are well-set to their masterful, atmospheric music” NME – 8/10

“A beautiful record tempered to a slower pace of life.” The Line of Best Fit

“The best I Break Horses album so far, which fulfils their Beach House-go-Kraftwerk promise, in metronomic, reverie-inducing songs… Hypnotic stuff.” Q – 4 stars ****

“The music is statelier than ever: a hypnotic, electronic take on shoegazing framing Linden’s bleached-out voice with a pulsating keyboard wash and twinkling arpeggios. A mood piece seemingly reflecting on heartbreak, the album is crowned by the extraordinary, seven-minutes-plus ‘Death Engine’, where Linden’s emotions are at their rawest.” MOJO – 4 stars ****

“Lushly layered art-pop songs such as ‘I’ll Be The Death Of You’, which channels Kraftwerk with its relentless beats and synth arpeggios, and the epic ‘Death Engine’ on which Linden’s ethereal vocals encapsulate shoegaze at it’s dreamiest best.” Uncut – 7/10

“Lush and cinematic… Linden builds huge walls of sound, one minute Bach-like, the next evoking Kraftwerk, as her beautiful singing voice, midway between Dusty Springfield and Bat For Lashes, delivers lyrics of real anger and bite.” Sunday Times

Warnings majors in the sort of gently woozy homemade synthscapes that defined its predecessor, most effective on I’ll Be The Death Of You and the nimble, propulsive, Kraftwerk-influenced Neon Lights.” The Observer