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Nocturnal activity has always played a pivotal role in Wesley Eisold’s art. Growing up without ever having his feet in the same soil for more than a year, restlessness and change are integral parts of his creative process. It only makes sense that Cherish The Light Years is a product not only of the non-stop electricity of a new city but also the perfect soundtrack to nights spent exploring any foreign place.
Cherish The Light Years is a remarkable progression both from Cold Cave’s acclaimed debut Love Comes Close and the discordant, industrial skeletons on the Cremations compilation.
Cherish The Light Years is a defining moment, the summing up of Eisold’s musical journey to date. “I wanted the record to pertain to every musical moment of my life, from being a kid who’s into The Cure or New Order or some of the early Siouxsie records to some of the last few bands I’ve been in too.” (Prior to Cold Cave, Eisold was in hardcore groups Some Girls and American Nightmare). He adds that British albums like Suede’s Dog Man Star and Pulp’s Different Class had an impact, especially in their murky yet romantic sensuality: “I don’t know why I have such an affinity for that realm, it’s just there. It’s a feeling that can’t be accurately explained. But it was important to me that this record was going to be as American-sounding as those records were British-sounding.”
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