We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Quiet’s new album Infinite Regress (listen below), which is officially out now. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jack Shirley (Comadre, Deafheaven, Loma Prieta) at The Atomic Garden Studio in East Palo Alto, CA.
The band commented on the release: “The record is about a departure from faith and the conflicts that come with change. Infinite Regress is a reference to Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion and the circular reasoning ideologies produce.”
Orange County based quartet Quiet follow up their summer full US tour with a brand new LP, Infinite Regress. A sleek balance of fuzzed-out guitars, driving beats, and eery delayed riffs matched with Cobia Goddard’s soothing tone, script the ebbs and flow of Infinite Regress. The wide juxtaposition of the sonic spectrum on this album is evident, which is reminiscent of both Brand New and Modest Mouse. At times the record will break, letting time and space bleed through the dark post rock tones graciously touched by Jack Shirley’s production, comparable to This Will Destroy You and Godspeed You Black Emperor. Lyrically, Infinite Regress is about the process of denouncing faith and the anxieties that come with indoctrination faced as a child.