2 Dec 2013
The Names - In Time [FBN 112 CD] 
The Names - In Time [FBN 112 CD]

The Names, the Belgian new wave group best known for their classic recordings with Factory Records, Factory Benelux and Les Disques du Crépuscule release a new collection of studio material entitled 'In Time' via Factory Benelux on 10 February 2014.

In Time comprises selected tracks from two previous studio albums released in 1997 and 2009. Replete with striking cover art and typography by the master himself, Benoît Hennebert, the music is conceptually split into into contrasting 'day' and 'night' 'sides' with both dynamic modern rock songs and longer, more contemplative tracks.

Highlights include Halloween In June featuring Isabelle Antena on guest vocals and Zeroes which is the band's tribute to their late, original producer Martin Hannett.

In Time will available to buy via Factory Benelux mailorder.

Tracklist

Flesh Wounds
Halloween In June
I Am the Rain
This Teflon Skin
The Tether Ends Here
Wild World
Swimming
Zeroes
Friendly Fire
The Fall
In Time

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Artist: The Names
Title: In Time
Label: Factory Benelux
Catalogue number: FBN112CD
Released: 10 February 2014
Format: CD

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