|1.||"Every Valley" (4:41)|
|2.||"The Pit" (4:20)|
|3.||"People Will Always Need Coal" (4:45)|
|4.||"Progress" (feat Tracyanne Campbell) (3:22)|
|5.||"Go To The Road" (4:14)|
|1.||"All Out" (3:19)|
|2.||"Turn No More" (feat James Dean Bradfield) (4:30)|
|3.||"They Gave Me A Lamp" (feat Haiku Salut) (3:56)|
|4.||"You + Me" (feat Lisa Jen Brown) (5:40)|
|5.||"Mother Of The Village" (3:28)|
|6.||"Take Me Home" (2:04)|
Once again using an ambitious conceptual framework to house a record which draws on historical texts and multimedia sources alongside their widescreen melange of post-rock, prog, dance and ambient stylings, 'Every Valley' deals with the Welsh mining industry and its trials and travails in the last half of the twentieth century. A project as mighty as the industry it chronicles, it resonates with emotive heft and atmospheric power whilst being careful not to overly romanticise its subject matter - this is fundamentally a deeply melancholic album, chronicling the slow demise of a way of life with spirit, clarity and sensitivity, not to mention musical invention.
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