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Monday, Mar 05 2012 | 09:51 Buy this now at GoodToGo (B2B)

Part Time HeroesAfter four years hidden away in their brand new studio, hatching plots, and writing some of the more gorgeous songs it’s been our pleasure to hear at Wah Wah Towers, Ross and Toby aka Part-Time Heroes are finally ready to reveal their hugely anticipated follow up to 2008’s “Meanwhile”.

“Lightfalls” has definitely been worth the wait. An emotionally charged album, it glides between string laiden instrumentals, hazy electronics and subime vocals, courtesy of Sarah Scott and Colonel Red, to bring you the delicate and sensitive side of the Heroes in all their glory. Tracks like “Done”, and the debut single “Folded” tug the heart strings, while “Sinking”, with its fervent drums and melancholic strings, is full of regret and remorse, but in the end “Day” brings hope and positivity and proof that there’s light at the end of this sonorous journey, and light as well as darkness can indeed fall.

“One of the most underrated outfits in the UK” – Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio 1/6Music, January 2012)

“New fodder from PTH that elevates them to the next level in the production stakes.” – Found Sounds, DJ Mag (UK)

www.part-timeheroes.com

Tracklisting:

01. Words
02. Sinking
03. Done
04. Holy
05. Flight
06. Folded
07. Leaving
08. Neverlast
09. Day

The album Part Time HeroesLightfalls” (Wah Wah) has been released March 2, 2012.

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