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Album artwork for Touch The Ground by Talk Show

While writing their punchy new EP Touch The Ground, These sharp, energetic tracks are never about overpowering volume, but a smart interplay of vocalist Harrison Swann’s raps and yelps, and the pugilistic musicianship of guitarist Tom Holmes, bassist George Sullivan and drummer Chloe MacGregor. Talk Show rattled the studio walls in punishing, all-day sessions with music inspired by watching techno sets on Boiler Room, The Beastie Boys and the Chemical Brothers. The results were recorded in freeform sessions in the studio of Joe Goddard and Al Doyle of Hot Chip that Harrison describes as “the most fun I’ve ever had”, and the answer to the question Talk Show set themselves when they pressed record: "how do we make this dance music that sounds fucking massive, but make it on guitars?”. The resulting EP puts the burners underneath the sonics with which Talk Show had started to make their name with and Touch The Ground is the foundation of their new direction, brimming with confidence.

Talk Show

Touch The Ground

Missing Piece Records
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Album artwork for Touch The Ground by Talk Show
12"

£15.99

Black
Released 23/09/2022Catalogue Number

850030871732

Talk Show

Touch The Ground

Missing Piece Records
Album artwork for Album artwork for Touch The Ground by Talk Show by Touch The Ground - Talk Show
Album artwork for Touch The Ground by Talk Show
12"

£15.99

Black
Released 23/09/2022Catalogue Number

850030871732

While writing their punchy new EP Touch The Ground, These sharp, energetic tracks are never about overpowering volume, but a smart interplay of vocalist Harrison Swann’s raps and yelps, and the pugilistic musicianship of guitarist Tom Holmes, bassist George Sullivan and drummer Chloe MacGregor. Talk Show rattled the studio walls in punishing, all-day sessions with music inspired by watching techno sets on Boiler Room, The Beastie Boys and the Chemical Brothers. The results were recorded in freeform sessions in the studio of Joe Goddard and Al Doyle of Hot Chip that Harrison describes as “the most fun I’ve ever had”, and the answer to the question Talk Show set themselves when they pressed record: "how do we make this dance music that sounds fucking massive, but make it on guitars?”. The resulting EP puts the burners underneath the sonics with which Talk Show had started to make their name with and Touch The Ground is the foundation of their new direction, brimming with confidence.