Check out this chill, blissful cover of Depeche Mode's “Enjoy the Silence” by Stumbleine featuring Midas Fall. It's another example of electronica taking on the world of coffee house and putting the “M” into EDM. This track was released on Monotreme Records about one month ago. You can buy it HERE.
The Bristol, UK-based Stumbleine has been producing some chill, new wave post-rock music for a few years. Stumbleine and Midas Fall work together beautifully here as a unit. Midas Fall consists of vocalist Elizabeth Heaton, guitarist/pianist Rowan Burn, drums and percussion by Steven Pellat, and Chris Holland on bass. Their first album release in 2010 for “Eleven, Return, and Revert” received great reviews that compared them to some of the most underrated pioneers of chill out music in the post 2000's, Portishead and Explosions in the Sky. You can check them out HERE at their website.
Enjoy the Silence” was a famous track for Depeche Mode is often regarded as one of the most influential tracks of it's time in indie rock. Pitchfork Media ranked it #15 in their top 200 tracks of the 90's. It has been recorded by famous artists like Tori Amos, Breaking Benjamin, Hybrid, and Keane. The original track was released in 1990. Stumbleine puts a very relaxing take on the original and melts you into a state of relaxation with this one.
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