1. Engineers - A Million Voices (from Always Returning)

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    'A Million Voices' is the 2nd single to be taken from the 2014 new album 'Always Returning' by Engineers. 7" Vinyl: http://bit.ly/1JfbaEU iTunes Download: http://smarturl.it/Engineers_AMV_D Streaming: http://smarturl.it/Engineers_AMV_S Directed by Tal Amiran http://talamiran.com/ 'Always Returning' OUT NOW Order the 2 Disc Special Edition here: http://bit.ly/1lLaXRr Vinyl here: http://bit.ly/1oHECf3 DOWNLOAD: http://smarturl.it/Engineers_Always STREAM: http://smarturl.it/Always_Stream More info on Engineers: http://bit.ly/1q1RKhK Download 'FIGHT OR FLIGHT' for FREE track: http://bit.ly/1sxNh4u “Engineers have been making brilliant records for nearly 10 years now… it’s about time this lot got the credit they deserve” 8/10 NME “Always Returning never wears out its welcome” Q "Nu-gazers' stop-start journey hits a new high" FOUR STARS MOJO "Wistful fourth album from revitalised dreampoppers" UNCUT "...the most elegantly Pop album Brian Eno never made..." VISIONS (DE) Engineers, who currently comprise Liverpudlian multi-instrumentalist Mark Peters and celebrated German ambient artist/producer Ulrich Schnauss and London based drummer and composer Matthew Linley, have been creating mesmerising music with brilliantly shaded guitar textures and teasing lyrical ambiguities for over ten years across three albums -- 2005's debut Engineers ('hypnotic lullabies from beautific Brit newcomers' **** Q), 2009's Three Fact Fader ('a blistering statement of intent' **** The Sunday Times), and 2010's swift follow-up In Praise of More ('should be given to most UK bands as an example of in making an album that is a joy to behold' 8/10 Clash). Written and recorded alone at home in York by Peters, before being coated with deft brush strokes of ambient electronica by Schnauss; Always Returning is a record that unhurriedly drifts in and out of focus, hinting at themes without ever making them so explicit that the listener can't map out their own personal interpretations. It delivers an overall emotional heft that's impossible to pull away from. If the album has a theme, its the sense that our internet-led all-access culture is stripping away the mythology and mystery in music. "As a teenager looking into the future I'd have loved to have been able to hear anything all the time, anytime," says Peters. "But everyone's so used to getting that now, and getting information about artists instantly, that it's undermining music and art in general." An analogue approach was taken to give the album warmth, with live drums recorded in a day by Matthew Linley; computers discarded in favour of 70s processors. The title of the album, Always Returning, reflects Peters' addiction to the creative process; it's an album about his own submission to the thrill of simply making music. "Music's something I talk about every day, something I'm always going back to. I can't imagine finishing an album and not having a compulsion to get right back into it," he says. So it is that Always Returning feels different yet the same, reflecting as it does a passion that's never dimmed. www.kscopemusic.com/engineers

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    • Engineers - Smiling Back (studio performance) (from Always Returning)

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      Engineers' 'Smiling Back' studio performance from the new album 'Always Returning' OUT NOW Order the 2 Disc Special Edition here: http://bit.ly/1lLaXRr Vinyl here: http://bit.ly/1oHECf3 DOWNLOAD: http://smarturl.it/Engineers_Always STREAM: http://smarturl.it/Always_Stream More info on Engineers: http://bit.ly/1q1RKhK Download 'FIGHT OR FLIGHT' for FREE track: http://bit.ly/1sxNh4u Limited edition double disc media book version, including a 24 page booklet media book and a second disc featuring an instrumental version of the album. “Engineers have been making brilliant records for nearly 10 years now… it’s about time this lot got the credit they deserve” 8/10 NME “Always Returning never wears out its welcome” Q "Nu-gazers' stop-start journey hits a new high" FOUR STARS MOJO "Wistful fourth album from revitalised dreampoppers" UNCUT "...the most elegantly Pop album Brian Eno never made..." VISIONS (DE) Engineers release their fourth album, Always Returning, on 11th August via Kscope. Engineers, who currently comprise Liverpudlian multi-instrumentalist Mark Peters and celebrated German ambient artist/producer Ulrich Schnauss and London based drummer and composer Matthew Linley, have been creating mesmerising music with brilliantly shaded guitar textures and teasing lyrical ambiguities for over ten years across three albums -- 2005's debut Engineers ('hypnotic lullabies from beautific Brit newcomers' **** Q), 2009's Three Fact Fader ('a blistering statement of intent' **** The Sunday Times), and 2010's swift follow-up In Praise of More ('should be given to most UK bands as an example of in making an album that is a joy to behold' 8/10 Clash). Written and recorded alone at home in York by Peters, before being coated with deft brush strokes of ambient electronica by Schnauss; Always Returning is a record that unhurriedly drifts in and out of focus, hinting at themes without ever making them so explicit that the listener can't map out their own personal interpretations. It delivers an overall emotional heft that's impossible to pull away from. If the album has a theme, its the sense that our internet-led all-access culture is stripping away the mythology and mystery in music. "As a teenager looking into the future I'd have loved to have been able to hear anything all the time, anytime," says Peters. "But everyone's so used to getting that now, and getting information about artists instantly, that it's undermining music and art in general." An analogue approach was taken to give the album warmth, with live drums recorded in a day by Matthew Linley; computers discarded in favour of 70s processors. The title of the album, Always Returning, reflects Peters' addiction to the creative process; it's an album about his own submission to the thrill of simply making music. "Music's something I talk about every day, something I'm always going back to. I can't imagine finishing an album and not having a compulsion to get right back into it," he says. So it is that Always Returning feels different yet the same, reflecting as it does a passion that's never dimmed. Tracklist: Bless the Painter Fight or Flight (DOWNLOAD TRACK: http://bit.ly/1sxNh4u ) It Rings So True Drive Your Car Innsbruck Searched For Answers Smiling Back A Million Voices Smoke and Mirrors Always Returning www.kscopemusic.com/engineers Engineers' 'Fight or Flight' from the new album Always Returning Order the 2 Disc Special Edition here: http://bit.ly/1lLaXRr or Vinyl here: http://bit.ly/1oHECf3 More info on Engineers: http://bit.ly/1q1RKhK Download 'FIGHT OR FLIGHT' for FREE track: http://bit.ly/1sxNh4u DOWNLOAD: http://smarturl.it/Engineers_Always STREAM: http://smarturl.it/Always_Stream

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      • Engineers - To An Evergreen (from the To An Evergreen ep)

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        To An Evergreen, the new EP from Engineers is now available to download from all key download stores (links below). The lead track is an edit of one of the highlights of the band's third album 'In Praise of More', which was released to great acclaim late last year. The EP also features a number of album tracks reworked by the likes of Portland electronica boffin Helios, German techno legend Beroshima and Engineers' Kscope labelmates North Atlantic Oscillation. The seven tracks are completed by a cover of Pink Floyd's 'Hey You'. Tracklisting: 1. To An Evergreen (Edit) 2. What It's Worth (Helios Remix) 3. Twenty Paces (Beroshima Remix) 4. In Praise of More (Elika Remix) 5. Subtober (North Atlantic Oscillation remix) 6. Twenty Paces (A Shoreline Dream Remix) 7. Hey You (Pink Floyd cover) Fan and filmmaker Robbie Stevens has also been inspired to create a new video to accompany the lead track which is now streaming on the Engineers mini-site. Order from any of the digital stores below: iTunes - bit.ly/​iTbLak Spotify - bit.ly/​lYuBbs Amazon - amzn.to/​kgBfBW 7Digital - bit.ly/​ljT66w HMV - bit.ly/​jQqBLi Tesco - bit.ly/​lCUviE Play.com - bit.ly/​j3Yeue Napster - bit.ly/​kS6EwN Nokia Ovi Store - bit.ly/​m5Fb4A For information, audio samples, downloads and more, go to: kscopemusic.com/​engineers Buy 'In Praise of More' from the Kscope store: burningshed.com/​store/​kscope/​product/​272/​2302/​5/

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        • Engineers - Always Returning (album preview)

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          Engineers' Always Returning Pre-order the 2 Disc Special Edition here: http://bit.ly/1lLaXRr More info on Engineers: http://bit.ly/1q1RKhK Limited edition double disc media book version, including a 24 page booklet media book and a second disc featuring an instrumental version of the album. Pre-order for 11th August release. Vinyl edition will follow shortly. 'Like Animal Collective with Phil Spector at the controls' NME Engineers release their fourth album, Always Returning, on 11th August via Kscope. Engineers, who currently comprise Liverpudlian multi-instrumentalist Mark Peters and celebrated German ambient artist/producer Ulrich Schnauss and London based drummer and composer Matthew Linley, have been creating mesmerising music with brilliantly shaded guitar textures and teasing lyrical ambiguities for over ten years across three albums -- 2005's debut Engineers ('hypnotic lullabies from beautific Brit newcomers' **** Q), 2009's Three Fact Fader ('a blistering statement of intent' **** The Sunday Times), and 2010's swift follow-up In Praise of More ('should be given to most UK bands as an example of in making an album that is a joy to behold' 8/10 Clash). Written and recorded alone at home in York by Peters, before being coated with deft brush strokes of ambient electronica by Schnauss; Always Returning is a record that unhurriedly drifts in and out of focus, hinting at themes without ever making them so explicit that the listener can't map out their own personal interpretations. It delivers an overall emotional heft that's impossible to pull away from. If the album has a theme, its the sense that our internet-led all-access culture is stripping away the mythology and mystery in music. "As a teenager looking into the future I'd have loved to have been able to hear anything all the time, anytime," says Peters. "But everyone's so used to getting that now, and getting information about artists instantly, that it's undermining music and art in general." An analogue approach was taken to give the album warmth, with live drums recorded in a day by Matthew Linley; computers discarded in favour of 70s processors. The title of the album, Always Returning, reflects Peters' addiction to the creative process; it's an album about his own submission to the thrill of simply making music. "Music's something I talk about every day, something I'm always going back to. I can't imagine finishing an album and not having a compulsion to get right back into it," he says. So it is that Always Returning feels different yet the same, reflecting as it does a passion that's never dimmed. Tracklist: Bless the Painter Fight or Flight It Rings So True Drive Your Car Innsbruck Searched For Answers Smiling Back A Million Voices Smoke and Mirrors Always Returning www.facebook.com/engineersband

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