The Belle Jar- Union Station
Mar 5, 2014
Hailing from Manchester, England, Working for a Nuclear Free City is back in the game with their first album since 2007.
Swirling, quasi-folk beats keep the listener’s eardrums dancing as they follow hushed vocals down a trail of contentment and childhood nostalgia. Interludes from almost every instrument thread their way through Jo Jo Burger Tempest, playing a special part in the majority of instrumental tracks on the first disc.
The second disc contains a single, half-hour track of wandering instrumentalism that takes the listener to each part of the musical spectrum.
WFANFC’s flair for psychedelic electronica is heavily apparent in tracks like “Burning Drums” and “Black Rivers."
Jo Jo Burger Tempest is a success for WFANFC, keeping the listener twirling around whatever musical corner they choose to turn next.
Experience Working for a Nuclear Free City's atmospheric finesse on "Black Rivers":