The Rumble Strips are back with their new album "Welcome To The Walk Alone", produced by Mark Ronson. Recalling the widescreen sounds of Phil Spector and Scott Walker, coupled with 1940's wartime melodies and early 1960s European soul, ‘Welcome to The Walk Alone’ is a timeless record that sounds like nothing else released this year.
The comeback single, Not The Only Person, is a Queen meets Elvis Costello revelation. Upon receiving a copy, Zane Lowe instantly made it his ‘Hottest Record in the World’, declaring it: “an evolution of sound… Almost a Phil Spector-ish Wall of Sound. A fantastic song… we’re completely blown away”.
Backed by huge orchestration, the song’s summery vibes mask some of Charlie’s finest lyrics to date, recalling a fateful evening where singer Charle, and his wife, were mugged only for the muggers to be chased of by the fearsome Mrs Waller.
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