Westerman to come to Brighton 25 Oct

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The London-born, Athens based artist returns to the UK and Brighton with his warmly received second album, ‘An Inbuilt Fault’ (on Partisan Records).
Recorded with Big Thief’s James Krivchenia, the release marks a heavier and more sonically daring Westerman sound than in previous releases, with the album making for a mini-epic about being in crisis.
Accompanied by a music video directed and animated by Edwin Burdis, the visuals perfectly capture the song with a seemingly metaphysical character morphing to each musical shift.
Through the use of color and movement, the video mirrors the song’s ups and downs while maintaining an eerie atmosphere that reflects its ominous themes of self doubt. The new track follows previously released singles “Take,” “CSI: Petralona” and “Idol; RE-run,” the latter which Pitchfork noted, “lingers deceptively far past its fade out.”
In 2020, Westerman released his debut album ‘Your Hero Is Not Dead,’ a graceful and self-reflective project described as “excellent” by Pitchfork, that continued the artist’s journey from pop maverick to one of the most vital voices coming out of the UK. ‘Your Hero Is Not Dead’ features the stand-out songs, “The Line”, “Your Hero Is Not Dead,” “Waiting on Design,” “Think I’ll Stay” and “Blue Comanche” and is the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed Ark’ EP.
Westerman will appear on the 25 OCT at the Komedia
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