Great Many Arrows is due out in late June.
Great Many Arrows will be the sixth full-length from the pairing of Loke Rahbek (AKA Croatian Amor) and Christian Stadsgaard, and their first release since 2015. It's also Posh Isolation's 200th release—a landmark reached just eight years after the debut Damien Dubrovnik 12-inch, Songs For Loviatar, inaugurated the imprint.
The album gets its name from a historic competition in Kyoto, Japan, where archers would try to shoot as many arrows as possible over a 24-hour period. (We're told the record-holder, in 1686, hit the target with 8,133 out of 13,053 arrows, making for an average of nine arrows loosed every minute.) Described as a shift away from the mostly electronic sound of the collaboration's earlier works, with six tracks that "set organs, cellos, violas, wind and other acoustic instruments against the backdrop of an electronic landscape," it lands in late June on vinyl and digital formats.
Listen to album cut "Arrow 5."
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Posh Isolation will release Great Many Arrows on June 30th, 2017.