Category: sounds

Rattling Downhill – live for Daylight at the Union Chapel

After an exciting ice-laden flight diverted from London City to Southend and an exhilarating “dash” on the rail-replacement bus into London – we made it to Union Chapel with just a few minutes to spare before the doors opened.

See the relief on our faces as we thoroughly enjoyed playing* for the wonderful Daylight Music crew and crowd.

*un-scheduled fire-alarm siren included.


Parley Glove Animation

A thousand thanks to Max Hattler and his crew of up-and-coming animation students at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong for bringing some of our songs to life. Their eight films will be touring festivals over the coming months – for now we’re thrilled to share this beautiful abstraction of Parley Glove.


Glass Bird Movement Video

Our forever friend John Collingswood made a video for the title track of our new album. Imagine yourself into a post-industrial video game with secretly embedded weather data… No, really.


Glass Bird Movement Album Walkthrough

It’s a lovely big day for us today – Glass Bird Movement is finally released on Morr Music! We’ve always enjoyed the process of making albums, and we’ve always employed a peculiar method of compiling each release … so we were really happy that Das Filter asked us to walk through the album and share a little insight into our inner workings. It’s in both English and German if you click through the link:

http://dasfilter.com/sounds/spickzettel-und-songanalysen-isan-ueber-ihr-neues-album-glass-bird-movement


Glass Bird Movement album stream on Indiemusic.fr

Exactly a week prior to the full release, you can stream Glass Bird Movement in it’s entirety at indiemusic.fr.

Also, an interestingly invertebratecentric review, especially for our Francophone friends.

http://www.indiemusic.fr/2016/…/07/isan-glass-bird-movement/