Kate tempest the book of traps and lessons
Kate Tempest - The Book Of Traps and Lessons - 14th June
The Book of Traps and Lessons is an album released with little context, or indeed, fanfare. It is an album that, really, should need no introduction. Kate Tempest is the finest poet of her generation — and this LP cements that status further still, given form by the inimitable production of Rick Rubin and Dan Carey, but given life by the stunning, seismic delivery from Tempest herself.
The Book Of Traps and Lessons
It's an optimistic call to arms - the ignition to your latent kindling begging you to be more than you are. There are no Independent Premium comments yet - be the first to add your thoughts. Working with the legendary producer Rick R. Electronic Folk International.
Kate Tempest. The album was crafted with Rick Rubin and Dan Carey over the course of the past five years and is an intense 45 minute set of tracks that comprise a narrative thread. A handful of words often tell you everything you need to know.
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Compared to the sharp grooves and hip-hop influences of its predecessor, tracks on this album are often backed by a lonely violin, organ refrain or whirring electronic beat. Her blistering, headline-making performance at Glastonbury in bolstered that reputation, as she howled and railed against corrupt politicians and consumerism. Yet on this album, you find yourself drifting in and out. She tackles trolls, racism, overpopulation and the internet age. You crave solutions as each track closes, or perhaps more of those sublime, witty character studies she offered on Let Them Eat Chaos. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?