If Modestep's original chart success in 2011 was brilliantly unexpected, based on music they made "for a bit of a laugh," as they put it, can you imagine where they'll go now they've made an album they love? 'London Road', say brothers Josh and Tony Friend, is the real deal, an accurate representation of the four-piece they've become, and a passionate tribute to their home city. Modestep have also benefited from new guitarist Kyle Deek, and drummer Pat Lundy filling things out, actively contributing to 'London Road', an album that was recorded over the course of a year in a lone house out on open farmland. Modestep fans will be pleased to hear that the album explodes with that noise, unafraid to mash industrial dubstep attack into Rage Against The Machine-style riffage. It also contains a who's who of collaborators, chosen not for their commercial clout, but because they're at the vanguard of the sounds Modestep love. Modestep are back, they're loud and they're filled with fire. Watch out, world.
Damien (Modestep & Funtcase)
Make You Mine (Modestep & Teddy Killerz)
On Our Own (Modestep & Culprate)
Rainbow (Modestep & the Partysquad)
Sing (Modestep & Trolley Snatcha)
Circles (Modestep & Skindred)
Game Over (Modestep Ft. Big Narstie, Dialect, Discarda, Flowdan, Frisco, Rude Kid & Layz)
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