On the eve of a post-Thatcherite Britain, the Pale Saints, alongside the likes of Lush, Ride and Slowdive, were ushering in a new wave of British indie. And in 4AD, they found a perfect home for their music – an exciting and undeniable meld of noise and dream-pop. Their 1990 debut album, ‘The Comforts Of Madness’, didn’t disappoint, now standing as one of the best of its era. 30 years later, ‘The Comforts Of Madness’ is finally getting the reissue treatment. The double LP edition on clear vinyl comes with a bonus disc of previously unreleased demos and the band’s only Peel Session, recorded in 1989.
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