Album artwork for For Their Love by Other Lives
Album artwork for For Their Love by Other Lives

Other Lives, the Oklahoma-bred outfit fronted by Jesse Tabish, return with new album For Their Love. The long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Rituals, For Their Love is a ten-track collection with a nod to the past while progressing positively towards the future.

A reignited sense of freedom is palpable throughout For Their Love, whether pared back, sombre resignation, or upbeat, rousing and liberating. Out of personal and creative uncertainty and recalibration the trio have re-emerged with a pastoral sensation reborn.

Joined again by drummer Danny Reisch, who played on Rituals, the band is bolstered by an array of musicians featuring strings, brass and percussion, as well as Kim Tabish and Onstott contributing choral-style backing vocals reinforcing the overall cinematic feel that permeates the album.

Other Lives

For Their Love

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Album artwork for For Their Love by Other Lives
CD

£11.99

Released 24/04/2020Catalogue Number

PIASR1145CD

Other Lives

For Their Love

PIAS
Album artwork for Album artwork for For Their Love by Other Lives by For Their Love - Other Lives
Album artwork for Album artwork for For Their Love by Other Lives by For Their Love - Other Lives
Album artwork for For Their Love by Other Lives
CD

£11.99

Released 24/04/2020Catalogue Number

PIASR1145CD

Other Lives, the Oklahoma-bred outfit fronted by Jesse Tabish, return with new album For Their Love. The long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Rituals, For Their Love is a ten-track collection with a nod to the past while progressing positively towards the future.

A reignited sense of freedom is palpable throughout For Their Love, whether pared back, sombre resignation, or upbeat, rousing and liberating. Out of personal and creative uncertainty and recalibration the trio have re-emerged with a pastoral sensation reborn.

Joined again by drummer Danny Reisch, who played on Rituals, the band is bolstered by an array of musicians featuring strings, brass and percussion, as well as Kim Tabish and Onstott contributing choral-style backing vocals reinforcing the overall cinematic feel that permeates the album.