The Orielles have announced an innovative new EP, ‘The Goyt Method’

It's made up from rearranged segments of their last album.

The Orielles have announced their ‘The Goyt Method’ EP.

The five-track release features songs constructed from randomly chosen parts of tracks from their recent fourth album, ‘Tableau’. It’s due on 26th May, preceded by new single ‘Tableau 002’.

The band explain: “Our concept for The Goyt Method was birthed from our interest in cybernetics, improvisation and experimental electronic music. We wanted to zoom out of Tableau and disconnect all the pieces, rearranging them in new ways to create variations of songs, which encapsulate the whole record. We left this part of the process completely down to chance, adopting an online roulette wheel to choose our stems. This way of creating music was familiar to us from spending a lot of time remixing and record collecting, gaining an invested interest in deep listening and avant-garde electronic music.”

Check out the new single below.

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