Slatter describes his work as "the sort of music you'd get if Genesis started writing songs with Nick Cave after watching too much Dr Who." The label say: "Tom weaves complex and fantastical stories throughout his music - and this new album is no different.
"Dark deeds and dangerous characters litter the narrative, including the continuing tale of Seven Bells John and the vivid steampunk world he inhabits.
"The character, who's been interwoven since debut album Spinning The Compass, comes full circle in Fit The Fourth, with his eventual fate revealed in 20-minute epic Seven Bells Redeemed." Check out the video - here.
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