Andy Stott provides another captivating solo LP.
Andy Stott has developed a reputation for crafting enthralling, moody and introspective techno over the years, delivering his solo work exclusively via vaunted Manchester-based techno hub Modern Love. Stott today unveiled his third album Faith In Strangers, due to arrive later this month on his native imprint.
According to a press release, the album “straddles analogue club music and vocal pop songs, somewhere between Ron Hardy, Prefab Sprout, Dome, Actress, Cocteau Twins and Arthur Russell.” As with Stott’s last solo album, Luxury Problems, it features several vocal contributions from Stott’s former piano teacher Alison Skidmore.
Faith In Strangers is Stott’s second full-length project of the year. In March, Stott teamed up with Miles ‘MLZ’ Whittaker for the release of Drop the Vowels, an album under their Millie and Andrea alias.
Modern Love will release Andy Stott’s Faith In Strangers on November 18. You can check the tracklist below and stream the album in full over at NPR.
01. Time Away
03. On Oath
04. Science & Industry
05. No Surrender
06. How It Was
08. Faith in Strangers