Dom and Kai of Mount Kimbie, one of the most interesting and arresting bands in recent years, are humble folk. Living in Hackney Wick and Peckham and inspired by trains and rural getaways, their second album, out this week, is one of the most anticipated British albums of recent years. Constructed from the found sound and scratchy lyricism of avant-garde music or post-rock, and the swing and sway of vintage dubstep, Could Spring Fault Less Youth is an extension, a de-tensing of the sound that defined them, and a generation. It's a triumph, and we caught up with them a few weeks ago to find out about their creative process.
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