Strut presents An Angel Fell, the brand new album from cosmic jazz travelers The Pyramids, led by saxophonist Idris Ackamoor. "I wanted to use folklore, fantasy and drama as a warning bell," he explains. "The songs explore global themes that are important to me and to us all: the rise of catastrophic climate change and our lack of concern for our planet, loss of innocence and separation...but positive themes too, the healing power of music, collective action and the simple beauty of nature." Produced by Malcolm Catto of The Heliocentrics, An Angel Fell was recorded during an intense week at Quatermass studios in London and is one of the deepest, richest works yet from a band reaching their highest creative peak since the early '70s. Some of the many highlights include the poignant title track depicting a fallen angel in purgatory, outrage and grief on the powerful, hard hitting "Soliloquy For Michael Brown" and the lilting, beautiful album closer, "Sunset."