THUNDER Announces New Album 'All The Right Noises'
THUNDER Announces New Album ‘All The Right Noises’
British hard-rock heroes THUNDER will release their 13th studio album, “All The Right Noises”, on March 12, 2021. The disc’s first single, “Last One Out Turn Off The Lights”, is out now.
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On the album, guitarist Luke Morley says: “All the songs were written and recorded pre-COVID. But it is interesting how if you look at some of the tracks through the prism of COVID, they still make a lot of sense.”
The volcanic lead single from the album, “Last One Out Turn Off The Lights”, could easily be mistaken for world-ending lockdown rage. But, says Luke, “That was directly about Brexit, but you could apply it to everything else.”
The track is indicative of both the ferocity and message of the album as a whole, with subjects tackled including depression, mental health, and diversity. With their knack for imaginative songwriting, “All The Right Noises” also takes aim at Donald Trump in a song written from his perspective, as well as a song Luke describes as “like the opposite” of “My Generation” by THE WHO in its message.
“All The Right Noises” will be available in 1CD, 2CD, 2LP, and 4LP formats, with the 2CD and 4LP releases containing bonus tracks. The LP versions feature a stunning pop-out of the “Singing Ringing Tree”, which appears on the album’s glorious artwork. The photo cover art was shot by the band’s long-term collaborator Jason Joyce. The sculpture, which also appears in the video for “Last One Out Turn Off The Lights”, is set in Burnley, Lancashire, and resembles a tree which harnesses the energy of the wind to create a choral, discordant sound.
“All The Right Noises” follows on from 2019’s stripped back and reimagined album “Please Remain Seated”, which continued THUNDER‘s consecutive Top 10 U.K. album chart run since their ecstatically received comeback six years ago.
With their most recent success, THUNDER have proven themselves as vital now as when they emerged with their debut album in 1990, “Backstreet Symphony”, and their hit follow-up in 1992, “Laughing On Judgement Day”, which was only kept off the top spot by Kylie Minogue.
01. Last One Out Turn Off The Lights
03. The Smoking Gun
04. Going To Sin City
05. Don’t Forget To Live Before You Die
06. I’ll Be The One
07. Young Man
08. You’re Gonna Be My Girl
09. St George’s Day
10. Force Of Nature
11. She’s A Millionairess
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