OMD Vinyl – Bauhaus Staircase Vinyl


Bauhaus Staircase Vinyl – OMD Vinyl from Vinyl Records London

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Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark OMD return with their 14th studio album Bauhaus Staircase, over six years after the triumph of their Top 4charting record The Punishment of Luxury. The album was born from the impetus to kickstart new explorations during lockdown when as Andy McCluskey admits ‘I rediscovered the creative power of total boredom. ‘ The album’ s first offering as a single is the title track which serves as a nod both to Andy McCluskey’ s love of the Bauhaus era and the power of protest art. ‘I am a huge lover of visual arts especially mid 20th century movements ‘ Andy comments. ‘The song is a metaphor for strength and artist passion in the face of criticism and adversity. When times are hard there is a tendency for Governments to look at cutting funding for creativity just at the moment when the arts are most needed to nourish our souls. It seems appropriate that the song and its eponymous album were created during Covid Lockdown. ‘ Ranging further from the beautiful film noir ballad of ‘Veruschka’ and the dance stylings of ‘Anthropocene’ a term for the current epoch in Earth’ s evolution to the sinister ‘Evolution Of Species’ and the hectic ‘Kleptocracy’ OMD’ s greatest straightup protest song the new album is a broad electronic sonic masterpiece that lyrically tackles the topics of the future. The record closes on ‘Healing’ a moment of reflective calm.By rights OMD should be in semiretirement performing classics like Enola Gay and Maid Of Orleans on the nostalgia festival circuit like so many peers. Instead they’ ve created a landmark album worthy of their finest work. Bauhaus Staircase remains unmistakably the work of a duo who are still perfectly in sync 45 years after their first gig at legendary Liverpool club Eric’ s. ‘I’ m very happy with what we’ ve done on this record McCluskey summarises. ‘I’ m comfortable if this is OMD’ s last statement. ‘ OMD Vinyl is available for home delivery from Vinyl Records London, only £30

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