PG.LOST SHARE NEW VIDEO FOR ’SHELTER’

NEW ALBUM ‘OSCILLATE’  RELEASED 20TH NOVEMBER (PELAGIC RECORDS)
‘In its loudest moments, “Shelter” reflects the influence of bands like Isis and Neurosis on pg.lost, but the music follows a much more laid-back direction.’ – Decibel Magazine 


Watch the video for new PG.LOST single ’Shelter’ now 

Trapped in a cavern, it’s pitch black and the air is getting harder and harder to breathe. Disoriented, hands follow the walls to find what could be the ceiling, fingers digging into the rock to find something– anything– loose to help point toward a direction out. Suddenly, a rock frees itself and after clearing away some dirt, a pin of blinding light shines through the enveloping darkness. Clearing away soil and rock with more and more vigor, hope and salvation is just a short way from here.


This is PG.LOST’s Oscillate– the band’s latest LP packed to the gills with pure drama and catharsis. Their first effort since 2016’s much lauded Versus, Oscillate leans on an instrumental approach and while their keen understanding of tension/release may warrant comparison to the likes of MONO, Explosions in the Sky and Godspeed You! Black Emperor, PG.LOST is unafraid to move into exciting new directions. 
Founded in 2004 in Norrköping, Sweden, PG.LOST is Mattias Bhatt, Martin Hjertstedt (ex- Ghost), Gustav Almberg (The Great Discord) and Kristian Karlsson (Cult of Luna). 
In making the new LP, PG.LOST opted to keep it simple and follow their gut. “On the previous records we have always tried to make it very basic and clean when it comes to production, not too many overdubs or add-ons,” reveals bassist Kristian Karlsson. “This time was more about not thinking about that at all. We don’t try to over analyse our records– it always starts with one or two songs and they often set the mood of the rest of the writing process.I think this album has more layers to it– you hear new things every time you listen. We’re really looking forward to hearing what the listeners think.”


Due for release on 20th November via Pelagic Records, the LP was recorded by the band in their own studio, and mixed/mastered by Magnus Lindberg from Cult of Luna. 
Sovereign in execution and mammoth in scope, Oscillate is ten tracks of pure dramatic bombast and a massive step forward for the decades-old band. The four years away have been worth it.
Pre-order now: https://pelagic-records.com
The band are also set to tour Europe in January/February 2021 alongside The Ocean, Svalbard & Hypno5e. 
FOR FANS OF:MONO, Explosions In The Sky, Mogwai, Cult of Luna, EF, Caspian, Russian Circles
LINE UP:Mattias Bhatt: guitar, Martin Hjertstedt: drums. Gustav Almberg: guitar, Kristian Karlsson: bass

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