Joy as an Act of Resistance is the follow-up to Bristol, UK 5-piece IDLES’s debut album Brutalism.
Produced by Space and mixed by Adam Greenspan & Nick Launay (Nick Cave, Kate Bush, Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Joy as an Act of Resistance. takes aim at everything from toxic masculinity, nationalism, immigration, and class inequality – all while maintaining a visceral, infectious positivity.
Singer Joe Talbot summarises: “This album is an attempt to be vulnerable to our audience and to encourage vulnerability; a brave naked smile in this shitty new world. We have stripped back the songs and lyrics to our bare flesh to allow each other to breathe, to celebrate our differences, and act as an ode to communities and the individuals that forge them. Because without our community, we’d be nothing.”
A3. I'm Scum
A4. Danny Nedelko
A5. Love Song
B4. Gram Rock
B5. Cry To Me
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country: UK, Europe & US
Style: Post-Punk, Alternative Rock