Last Evenings On Earth

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Their second studio album, Last Evenings On Earth, is a dizzying, continent-hopping voyage, darker and heavier than its predecessor. “The need to dance is still there but now I’m feeling inspired by the idea of the city as a prism through which all kinds of global influences pass,” says Pete. “Translation, immigration, overcoming obstacles - and most of all, human unity.”

Frontman Kushal Gaya has been moved to be more direct in his writing. Where his delivery once leaned heavily on his native Mauritian/French Creole, he has made a conscious decision to impart his fevered message in English this time around. Losing several loved ones in the space of a year has lent a greater sense of urgency. “The lyrics can be about eagerness to do something even if everything is running against you,” he explains. “There’s lot of friction in what we do.”

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