March 3, 2014
Vinyl Factory Films
Record Stories is our new series in which musicians, artists and collectors reveal the stories behind the records that hold particular significance to them.
First up, with new LP Love Letters on the way, Joseph Mount of Metronomy gets into The Beach Boy’s Wild Honey and Diana Ross & The Supremes’ Let The Sunshine In, revealing how his passion for 60’s psychedelia has helped shape the sound of the new album.
Earlier this year we featured Metronomy’s Love Letters in our preview of the 12 vinyl releases to look out for in early 2014.
Metronomy’s Love Letters will be released via Because Music on 10th March. Click here to pre-order now or hold out for the double vinyl edition, due next week.
Photo credits: Phil Sharp, Michael Williams, Steven Taylor, Guy Webster.