Sunday Morning Chill Out Tracks: Hush War Cry, A Perfect Circle and Peter Gabriel
As another Sunday morning rolls around, kick back and relax with JOE’s Sunday Chill Out Tracks.
By Peter Cooney
Hush War Cry – Apparitions
With the release of their highly lauded debut E.P., Hush War Cry made quite a splash on the Irish music scene. With epic ideas mixed with dreamy pop, they’re a great way to kick off your Sunday.
Apparitions is the lead track from their debut ‘Voices’ E.P. which can be downloaded here for a bargain four quid.
A Perfect Circle – Blue
After the excellent ‘Mer de Noms’, one may have forgiven A Perfect Circle for not quite reaching the same standards with their follow up, ‘Thirteenth Step’. Whilst their sound was slightly altered, ‘Thirteenth Step’ delivered on every level and was both a commercial and crictical success. ‘Blue’ was the last single released off ‘Thirteenth Step’, following ‘Weak and Powerless’ and ‘The Outsider’.
Drummer Josh Freese may have left the band but A Perfect Circle have commited to festival appearances next year and have been working on new material.
Peter Gabriel – Here Comes the Flood
A year after leaving Genesis, Peter Gabriel entered the Soundstage Studio in Toronto to record his classic debut album. Whilst ‘Solsbury Hill’ is probably the song to receive the most airplay, the album is a joy from start right up until its closing track ‘Here Comes the Flood’.
Currently touring the US, we’re hoping that Gabriel returns to these shores for another of his enigmatic live performances.