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Veik - Surrounding Structures (2nd Pressing)

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Fuzz Club Members will receive the first pressing pink vinyl as part of the April 2021 membership package. The second pressing comes on Ultra Clear 180g vinyl. Expected to ship in August 2021. 

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"Reminiscent of the original Krautrock and No Wave era but with a steady foundation in the present. Veik have made a remarkable debut album. " Loud & Quiet 

"Veik plunder the kosmische musik of the past while sounding invariably modern." The Line of Best Fit

"A record that wholly sounds like the future... truly magnificent." New Noise Magazine

"Veik combine accessibility with alienation throughout the album, opening a door to expose reality. ★" Louder Than War

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On April 30th, the French three-piece Veik released their debut album, ‘Surrounding Structures’. Centred around vintage analogue synths and abrasive instrumentation, the band’s experimental post-punk is rooted in the 70s avant-garde, most notably Krautrock and No Wave. They reel off groups like Implog, Suicide or Indoor Life as inspirations, whilst existing in a similar world to contemporaries like Beak>, Suuns and Girl Band. ‘Surrounding Structures’ arrived off the back of a handful of EPs and singles, tours around Europe and shows with the likes of The Soft Moon, Tomaga and Vanishing Twin.

Talking about ‘Surrounding Structures’, they say that “The writing of the album was heavily influenced by architectural environments. We made a lot of detours when touring in 2017 and 2018 to visit modernist and brutalist buildings in France, Germany and Belgium (which caused us many delays for soundchecks.)” Listening to the album, it’s quickly clear how the disjointed shapes and abrasive textures of brutalist architecture are manifested in their music. However, they claim that the ‘Surrounding Structures’ of the album’s title are also a reference to both the “physical and social structures that surround us, and how they shape us as individuals and collectives."