Next year, Glasgwegian trio Errors will release their fourth full-length, Lease Of Life. Built around a choir loop, its title track is a chirping, swirling synth-based pop song with a lot of layers. "It's a tune born out of our love for arpeggiated synths, but which also uses sounds which we haven't toyed with up until now," Errors' Steev Livingstone told FADER in an email. The album it comes from was mostly written on the Isle of Jura, a remote bit of country off the coast of Scotland, and there's a fun, beachy, almost bucolic vibe to "Lease Of Life" that makes me think that unique setting definitely influenced the music. According to Wikipedia, the Isle of Jura only has a population of 196, but that's more than enough for a dance party. Lease Of Life drops March 23rd via Rock Action Records.
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