Pure Reason Revolution’s first new studio album in nearly 10 years, Eupnea, is out now.
The long-awaited return from the band, sees them harking back to their earliest days, while rolling in all of the musical experiments and experience they’ve gathered in the intervening years.
To celebrate the band have launched a video for the track Ghosts & Typhoons. Watch the Thomas Hicks-created video here:
Jon Courtney comments: “In 2018 Chloe & I chatted in a London café about the notion of reforming Pure Reason Revolution. Although we’ve already done our first live show back, today feels like it’s really real. Close to the heart experience kick-started the genesis & we stuck to our manifesto of creating under no restrictions, no boundaries. The result was ‘Eupnea’ & we hope you like it. “
Eupnea is available as a Limited CD Digipak, Gatefold 2LP + CD (with etching on Side D) and as a digital album. Get your copy now here: https://PureReasonRevolution.lnk.to/Eupnea
Jon Courtney and Chloë Alper recently sat down to discuss the new record and how it came together, and you can watch them chat all things Eupnea in this brand new interview.
Pure Reason Revolution originally parted ways in November 2011 following touring in support of their 2010 album Hammer and Anvil. Since then, Jon Courtney started Bullet Height and released their debut album No Atonement in 2017, while Chloë Alper began a new band called Tiny Giant as well as playing live with the likes of Charli XCX and James.
The band originally formed back in 2003, releasing their much-loved debut album The Dark Third in 2006 via Sony BMG. They went on to release the albums Amor Vincit Omnia in 2009 and Hammer and Anvil in 2010.
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