Empty Flowers, the east coast post-rock band featuring front man Christian McKenna and former members of Cable will release a collaborative collection of reworked Empty Flowers songs titled The Air You Found, Feb. 18 via Translation Loss. The record showcases all new versions of tracks from the group's debut LP SIX and sophomore album FIVE with added instrumentation and contributions from members of Tombs, Gorguts, Dysrhythmia, ISIS, Palms, Khanate, OLD, Dälek, and Theologian among others.
Artwork for the album was created by Artist Brian Azer (Sun Kil Moon, Jesu) created the album artwork. The Air You Found will also be released on vinyl LP via Redscroll Records.
Teasing the forthcoming release, SPIN has premiered Empty Flowers' joint effort with Godflesh/Jesu genius Justin Broadrick, "Car Fires.” The reworked version of the song includes additional instrumentation from Broadrick. Check it out now at THIS location! Self-Titled premieres the band's team-up with James Plotkin (Khanate, OLD, Lotus Eaters), a re-imagined take of Empty Flowers’ "Quit," alongside the band's original version at this location.
The Air You Found track listing:
1.) "Quit (James Plotkin (Khanate/OLD) Remix)"
2.) "I Get to Know Its Name (Iconaclass/Deadverse Remix)"
3.) "Car Fires (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)"
4.) "Ice on Wings (Crone Remix)"
5.) "Fünf (Theologian Remix)"
6.) "Call a Priest (Kevin Hufnagel (Gorguts/Dysrhytmia) Remix)"
7.) "Resonate (Michael Hill (TOMBS) Remix)"
Empty Flower formed in early 2012, and immediately found favor with both heavy music and indie rock fans alike, earning comparisons to stalwarts such as Lungfish, Girls Against Boys, Slint, and Superchunk.