Slow club charles and rebecca dating
The pair live in different parts of the country now, and work in very different ways. Rebecca lives in Margate, throwing herself into the artistic community there.
Charles writes obliquely, using short stories and found narratives to transmit his ideas, while Rebecca’s lyrics are starker and more personal, channelling her heartbreak and happiness in a very direct way.
’ Now we’ve figured it out,”“Normally it’s just the two of us and whoever we’re working with.
Make no mistake, , the duo’s fourth album, is the best thing Slow Club have ever done – their warmest, their most classic sounding, their most cohesive album yet, smoothing those two disparate approaches with a woozy, late-night, candlelit vibe that softens the pop hooks and makes choruses glow. White, the master of Southern-gothic folk, whose in-house band at Richmond’s Spacebomb Studios provided the consistency and tone the album required.
On previous records the duo would play most of the instruments themselves, aided by occasional friends.
We might both be a bit knackered, or one of us is more excited about something than the other, but here there was this constant energy because there was always four or five of these guys, and they’d hear something and have this way of going ‘Oh daaaaamn’.” is a hugely satisfying listening experience, dark but not downbeat, old-school without sounding dated, an album of great feel. I still managed to get a bit of spotlight in here, but it’s mostly candles. We want everything to be warm, and nice, and have a high thread count. Don’t print that, my Mum will be livid.” is a late night record.
“One Day All of This Won’t Matter Anymore” out 8/19/16 via Moshi Moshi How do you keep a band interesting after ten years?It’s a question Slow Club’s Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor must have asked themselves as they started work on their fourth album.