We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of The Infinite Three‘s new song “Hydrogen” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album Lucky Beast, being released on CD, cassette and download on April 22nd through Actual Size Music.
Lucky Beast is The Infinite Three’s third studio album (their fourth counting the fan-only Zeklof release from 2015). Recorded with engineer Jon Clayton, whose past credits include Band of Holy Joy and The Monochrome Set, Lucky Beast continues The Infinite Three’s dissonant take on art-rock. A luminescent egg emerging from the banks of The River Effra.
The Infinite Three are Daniel Knowler, Paul Middleton and Samuel Mclaughlin. Taking cues from noise-rock, dub, drone and post-punk, their songs are warped constructions grounded in repetition and soaked in monochrome psychedelia.
Paul Middleton and Daniel Knowler are both alumni of noise pioneers Cindytalk; Paul was also part of Kevin Martin’s industrial-jazz heavyweights GOD; Sam McLaughlin has recorded extensively with poet and artist Gerry Mitchell. Daniel Knowler has worked on the MFOTWU project with performance artist Franko B. As The Infinite Three, they have worked with celebrated improvising saxophonist Tom Jackson, London based producer Den Liberator and recently supported psych-noise legends The Telescopes in England.