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First emerging a group of 20-year-olds in 2009, with their exciting debut These Four Walls, the four members went on to release two further widely lauded albums throughout their ‘20s, 2011’s In the Pit of the Stomach and 2014’s Unravelling. Each band member recently turned 30 and felt like vastly different people to the four 20-year-olds that they were when they first started releasing music.
Having spent ten years almost consistently writing and touring, it was time to decamp home to Scotland and take a breath. They reverted back to their original four members and dealt with several behind the scenes changes. They celebrated a few marriages and tried to remember who they were when not on the road. Now the acclaimed group have returned with a teaser video and are ready to embark on their first huge headline tour in a number of years.
Catch Joan of Arc on tour this summer, full list of tour dates here.
Originally issued by Magic Bullet Records, This Will Destroy You was produced by Grammy-winning producer/engineer/mixer John Congleton (Blondie, Marilyn Manson, Bono etc.) at a studio in Spicewood, Texas owned by the country music icon Willie Nelson. Critically lauded by fans and critics alike, Rock Sound compared it to, "the soundtrack to the impending apocalypse," and awarded it the fifth best album of the year, Drowned In Sound called it, "a true classic of its kind," while Punknews praised an, “engaging and occasionally stunning listen that marks a recognizable growth.”
Dark Operative currently has a special tenth anniversary edition of This Will Destroy You in production, featuring the bonus track "Language Of Memory”.
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