Instrumental Alternative band NANAKI release new album, Decline and Dislocation

Industrial alternative band NANAKI have released their new album, Decline and Dislocation. The album can be downloaded on a name-your-price basis now from is also available on CD which comes with three extra tracks, two of which have never been previously released.  Their music which delivers a style of shoegaze art-rock, carrying with it a depth of colors and tones that come alive with the music. When the world around you is bustling by and you can’t seem to even catch a breath, it’s time for you to sit back and play some NANAKI.

Recorded during the same sessions that yielded previous album ‘Epilogue’, ‘Decline & Dislocation’ is nonetheless a different record, with its own personality.  There is a greater variety of instrumentation here, with glockenspiel, organ, piano and flute sounds joining the foundation of guitar, bass and drums on a number of tracks, including de-facto single ‘The Days Go By’ (which has a video filmed and directed by Michael’s Postcode bandmate Marie Reynolds in her video-making debut).  

Check out the video for The Days Go By:


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