Digital reissue specialists Indiecater Records‘ latest project is the 1994 In Motion classic The Language Of Everyday Life.
This is a magical piece of work that always pops into my head when I think of my favourite albums. And although the production values may have been raw In Motion’s flawless melodies effortlessly banish any misgivings. This is an album of its time and of all time displaying a masterful array of indie pop moments (with a pinch of shoegaze). You’ll find yourself falling in love with the chiming guitars/sweet harmonies or just weeping gently at the plain old heartache that pervades throughout.
What’s even more exciting about this digital reissue is that the band have remastered the original album and given us 2 non album tracks ‘It Takes A Long Time’ and ‘Untitled’ (we haven’t included them on the preview player below so you’ll have to buy the download bundle to hear them). One of these bonus tracks is fast and the other is slow in keeping with the notional split on the original album.
So even with economies crashing, companies burning and less money in everyone’s pocket we believe this will be the best 4 euro you spend all year.
The band are donating their proceeds from the reissue to Aware.
You can buy the album direct from Indiecater Records, where you can download a free track and also read a short interview with In Motion’s Liam Ryan.