Primal Scream Chaosmosis on LP
Formed in 1984 by Jesus & Mary Chain drummer Bobby Gillespie, Primal Scream released a pair of albums - Sonic Flower Groove (1987) and Primal Scream (1989) - before the group's landmark opus Screamadelica took home the first-ever Mercury Music Prize in 1991 and profoundly shaped the UK's pop musical landscape for more than a decade with its hallucinatory blend of dance, dub, techno, acid house and rock. Seven albums and almost 25 years later the band returns with Chaosmosis, their first since 2013's More Light. Recorded in London, New York and Stockholm, and written/produced by Gillespie and Andrew Innes, Chaosmosis is the freshest sounding album the band have ever made. The exhilarating first single, "Where The Light Gets In" features a duet with Sky Ferreira. Other guests include Haim on backing vocals and Rachel Zeffira from Cat’s Eyes.