Culture, Music

Tomorrow’s Harvest, Boards of Canada new album

After a wait of six years, Boards of Canada return with a full album that is surrounded with intrigue.


After all the hidden codes on 12″ records that went on to sell for astronomical amounts of money on eBay, adverts on Cartoon Network, a song played at a Tokyo intersection, and other covert stunts that made the Daft Punk teaser campaign look like a straight up pepsi ad, the new Boards Of Canada album, Tomorrow’s Harvest has finally arrived.

It’s a record by a band whose obsessive fans are something of a cult, and one so devoted that they would drink pepsi if Marcus or Mike Sandison (the brothers BOC) said it tasted good.

The album is out today and I have to say – it has all the elements of a BOC album you could hope for… beautiful subtle layers and a nostalgic 70’s synth layer that is the audio version of cine film.

Here is a taster courtesy of youtube…

And here is the track listing;

01. Gemini
02. Reach For The Dead
03. White Cyclosa
04. Jacquard Causeway
05. Telepath
06. Cold Earth
07. Transmisiones Ferox
08. Sick Times
09. Collapse
10. Palace Posy
11. Split Your Infinities
12. Uritual
13. Nothing Is Real
14. Sundown
15. New Seeds
16. Come To Dust
17. Semena Mertvykh