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During the month of February 2014, , Mutiny on the Bounty completed the recordings for their third album with producer Jan Kerscher. The follow-up from “Trials”, which received very good reviews all over the world, is perfecting the universe they’ve created between math-rock and electronic music even if this time around, the band has decided to keep it instrumental.
It must be said that since 2004, the Luxembourgish band has certainly not taken it easy (endless tours with over 500 concerts , supporting the likes of Russian Circles, Biffy Clyro, Portugal the Man or even And so i watch you from afar…) with some highlights along the way such as their appearance at the SXSW in Austin, Texas or the Roskilde Festival in Denmark.
Their mixture of mathrock now englobes more synthetic and electronic sounding elements (which is very noticeable in the guitar sounds that are sometimes closer to an organ or a keyboard than a guitar) and their songwriting is more varied and melodic than the past.
While prior to this, they might have preferred a more frontal attack with their music, they no longer hesitate to elaborate large and darker soundscapes without turning their back on the energetic math rock that formed their roots to begin with. In doing so, MOTB also have accentuated their geekier side which has also allowed them to be placed alongside other bands such as Battles and Foals, with whom they share a love and passion for creating music that is not only cerebral but also danceable but also a darker side that has been their trademark since their beginnings.