Bristol band Langkamer release debut album, West CountryPosted on: 10 Sep 2021
The refreshing 12-track record is available on all platforms via Breakfast Records.
Bristol four-piece Langkamer have today (Friday 10 September) released their eagerly-anticipated debut full-length album, West Country, to positive reviews.
A firm fixture on the city's live circuit, the band are carving out a stellar reputation both locally and further afield, combining an indie rock sound with quirky country and blues influences.
The 12-track record is out now on all streaming platforms alongside physical copies available via Breakfast Records.
Counting acclaimed songwriter Ezra Furman and New Yorkers Parquet Courts among their influences, Langkamer are returning with their first major project since their 2019 EP, Getting the Band Back Together.
The new album, West Country, features well-received singles 'Humdinger', 'The Earthquake' and 'The Ugliest Man in Bristol', pairing thoughtful lyricism with laid-back guitar riffs and a DIY twang.
Langkamer are one of several Bristol bands set to perform live at Thekla this weekend as part of the sold-out return of Breakfast Records' Breakfest.
From there, they'll be continuing on an extensive UK tour in support of the new album, performing a further 21 shows across September, October and November.
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