Letherette
by Letherette

— Released 15th April 2013

If there's one thing occasionally lacking in the current crop of electronic wonders, it's fun. Fun is what sets Letherette apart, what makes them more than just another act in electronica, and what makes their self-titled debut a classic album. Letherette is, dare we say it, a classic of 'dance' music generally. 

The young duo from Wolverhampton have won hearts, minds and feet with four EPs, stunning remixes for Machinedrum and Bibio, and exuberant live shows. It's easy...

If there's one thing occasionally lacking in the current crop of electronic wonders, it's fun. Fun is what sets Letherette apart, what makes them more than just another act in electronica, and what makes their self-titled debut a classic album. Letherette is, dare we say it, a classic of 'dance' music generally. 

The young duo from Wolverhampton have won hearts, minds and feet with four EPs, stunning remixes for Machinedrum and Bibio, and exuberant live shows. It's easy to see why they inspire such enthusiasm; they understand the cutting edge without feeling afraid to let themselves go, and their music is all the better for it. Letherette explores mood confidently, taking in introspective, melancholic moments as well as upbeat drive, and lending their debut extraordinary depth. 

If you're someone that wants to enjoy music as much as you admire it, Letherette will put a big, day-long smile on your face.

Letherette
by Letherette

— Released 15th April 2013

Buy physical

CD (ZENCD193)
£8.00
 
CD (BRC376)

Japanese Bonus Disc

 
2xLP (ZEN193)
£17.00
 

Buy digital

MP3 (ZENDNL193X)
£5.00
 
16-bit WAV (ZENDNL193XW)
£7.00
 

Buy physical

Buy digital

CD (ZENCD193)
£8.00
MP3 (ZENDNL193X)
£5.00
CD (BRC376)

Japanese Bonus Disc

16-bit WAV (ZENDNL193XW)
£7.00
2xLP (ZEN193)
£17.00

Tracklist

  • CD
  • Japanese Bonus Disc
  • 2xLP
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    After Dawn
  2. 2
    D&T
  3. 3
    Restless  (featuring Natasha Kmeto)
  4. 4
    I Always Wanted You Back
  5. 5
    The One
  6. 6
    Gas Stations And Restaurants
  7. 7
    Cold Clam
  8. 8
    Warstones
  9. 9
    Boosted
  10. 10
    Space Cuts
  11. 11
    Hard Martha
  12. 12
    Say The Sun
  13. 13
    Olden Wing  (Bonus Track for Japan)
    Album only
  14. 14
    D&T  (Clark Remix)
  15.  
    Play All (13)
  1. 1
    After Dawn
  2. 2
    D&T
  3. 3
    Restless  (featuring Natasha Kmeto)
  4. 4
    I Always Wanted You Back
  5. 5
    The One
  6. 6
    Gas Stations And Restaurants
  7. 7
    Cold Clam
  8. 8
    Warstones
  9. 9
    Boosted
  10. 10
    Space Cuts
  11. 11
    Hard Martha
  12. 12
    Say The Sun
  13. 13
    Olden Wing  (Bonus Track for Japan)
    Album only
  14. 14
    D&T  (Clark Remix)
  15.  
    Play All (13)
  1. 1
    After Dawn
  2. 2
    D&T
  3. 3
    Restless  (featuring Natasha Kmeto)
  4. 4
    I Always Wanted You Back
  5. 5
    The One
  6. 6
    Gas Stations And Restaurants
  7. 7
    Cold Clam
  8. 8
    Warstones
  9. 9
    Boosted
  10. 10
    Space Cuts
  11. 11
    Hard Martha
  12. 12
    Say The Sun
  13.  
    Play All (12)
  1. 1
    After Dawn
  2. 2
    D&T
  3. 3
    Restless  (featuring Natasha Kmeto)
  4. 4
    I Always Wanted You Back
  5. 5
    The One
  6. 6
    Gas Stations And Restaurants
  7. 7
    Cold Clam
  8. 8
    Warstones
  9. 9
    Boosted
  10. 10
    Space Cuts
  11. 11
    Hard Martha
  12. 12
    Say The Sun
  13.  
    Play All (12)
  1. 1
    After Dawn
  2. 2
    D&T
  3. 3
    Restless  (featuring Natasha Kmeto)
  4. 4
    I Always Wanted You Back
  5. 5
    The One
  6. 6
    Gas Stations And Restaurants
  7. 7
    Cold Clam
  8. 8
    Warstones
  9. 9
    Boosted
  10. 10
    Space Cuts
  11. 11
    Hard Martha
  12. 12
    Say The Sun
  13.  
    Play All (12)

If there's one thing occasionally lacking in the current crop of electronic wonders, it's fun. Fun is what sets Letherette apart, what makes them more than just another act in electronica, and what makes their self-titled debut a classic album. Letherette is, dare we say it, a classic of 'dance' music generally. 

The young duo from Wolve...

If there's one thing occasionally lacking in the current crop of electronic wonders, it's fun. Fun is what sets Letherette apart, what makes them more than just another act in electronica, and what makes their self-titled debut a classic album. Letherette is, dare we say it, a classic of 'dance' music generally. 

The young duo from Wolverhampton have won hearts, minds and feet with four EPs, stunning remixes for Machinedrum and Bibio, and exuberant live shows. It's easy to see why they inspire such enthusiasm; they understand the cutting edge without feeling afraid to let themselves go, and their music is all the better for it. Letherette explores mood confidently, taking in introspective, melancholic moments as well as upbeat drive, and lending their debut extraordinary depth. 

If you're someone that wants to enjoy music as much as you admire it, Letherette will put a big, day-long smile on your face.