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‘Pull’ is the new single by US ambient artist Drew Sullivan (aka Slow Dancing Society), taken from his forthcoming sixth album The Cogent Sea.

‘Pull’ is aptly titled, its droning radiance, warm piano chords and magnetic guitar figures pulling the listener irresistibly into its enveloping glow. The track gradually builds on some insistent background riffing and throbbing rhythms, before gently fading away amid glassy synth tones. This is Slow Dancing Society at his masterful, immersive best.

Slow Dancing Society’s sixth album The Cogent Sea is another absorbing progression in Drew Sullivan’s discography, introducing elements such as saxophone and old-school drum machine rhythms into the mix. The album explores some of Sullivan’s more overt ’80s influences while also drawing upon elements from across Slow Dancing Society’s stunning, critically acclaimed back catalogue.

“fifty more minutes of the lustrous ambient music that has performed a slow dazzle on listeners since the project’s 2006 inception... Laterna Magica makes for a nuanced addition to Sullivan’s slow-building body of work” – Textura on Laterna Magica

“Like the glow of sunlight filtered through the slowly undulating waves of blue crystalline water, Under The Sodium Lights is less an auditory adventure and more a rich and imaginative musical daydream” – Delusions of Adequacy on Under The Sodium Lights

“a complexity of sound that allows it to stand out from traditionally ambient music… It is easy to get dissolved in this album, to let yourself fall into meditation as the music plays… an aural delight” – The Silent Ballet on Priest Lake Circa ’88


released May 26, 2014

Publisher: Hidden Shoal (www.hiddenshoal.com)
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As with Brian Eno’s finest moments and David Sylvian’s ambient explorations, Slow Dancing Society music manages to dissolve its temporal markers and speak about moments removed from time. It talks to the delicious flaws of memory and feeling whilst never sullying itself with literality or simple documentation.

Contact Cam at Hidden Shoal for all licensing enquiries - cam [at] hiddenshoal.com
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