Roger & Brian Eno announce deluxe edition of ‘Mixing Colours’ and share new track ‘Manganese’

Roger & Brian Eno announce deluxe edition of ‘Mixing
Colours’ and share new track ‘Manganese’, Shop Ticket Snatchers

Roger & Brian Eno announce deluxe edition of ‘Mixing
Colours’ and share new track ‘Manganese’, Shop Ticket Snatchers

Brian Eno
and his younger brother Roger Eno have announced an extended
version of their collaborative album ‘Mixing Colours’.


The original edition of the record arrived back in March
,
serving as Brian Eno’s first record since 2017’s
‘Reflection’.

On July 17 the Eno brothers will release ‘Mixing Colours
Expanded’, which will contain seven new tracks including
‘Moss’, ‘Violet’, ‘Vermilion’, ‘Marble’ and
‘Malachite’. A cut titled ‘Pewter’ will also appear, having
previously been available as a bonus track in Japan.

Today (July 1), Roger & Brian Eno have shared the piece
‘Manganese’ – tune in below.

As well as its digital release, the new material will be pressed
onto a 12″ vinyl record, ‘Luminous’. This will arrive on
August 14, with a 2-CD version following in October – you can pre-order your copy
here
.

Though Brian Eno is well known as a pioneer of ambient music,
his brother Roger has developed a career in the same genre,
collaborating with the likes of Lou Reed,Beck and Jarvis Cocker
throughout his career.

The Eno brothers have worked together before, notably on
soundtracks for David Lynch’s Dune as well as Apollo.

Back in May,
it was suggested that Brian Eno is “keen to exchange ideasâ€
with The 1975
by the band’s manager Jamie Oborne. He
explained that Eno has been “a massive influence†on Matty
Healy and co.

Eno had previously taken part in
Healy’s In Conversation podcast series
, where the former
discussed a negative review of his ‘Ambient 1: Music for
Airports’ album received back in 1978.

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Brian Eno
and his younger brother Roger Eno have announced an extended
version of their collaborative album ‘Mixing Colours’.

The original edition of the record arrived back in March,
serving as Brian Eno’s first record since 2017’s
‘Reflection’.
On July 17 the Eno brothers will release ‘Mixing Colours
Expanded’, which will contain seven new tracks including
‘Moss’, ‘Violet’, ‘Vermilion’, ‘Marble’ and
‘Malachite’. A cut titled ‘Pewter’ will also appear, having
previously been available as a bonus track in Japan.
Today (July 1), Roger & Brian Eno have shared the piece
‘Manganese’ – tune in below.

As well as its digital release, the new material will be pressed
onto a 12″ vinyl record, ‘Luminous’. This will arrive on
August 14, with a 2-CD version following in October – you can pre-order your copy
here.
Though Brian Eno is well known as a pioneer of ambient music,
his brother Roger has developed a career in the same genre,
collaborating with the likes of Lou Reed,Beck and Jarvis Cocker
throughout his career.
The Eno brothers have worked together before, notably on
soundtracks for David Lynch’s Dune as well as Apollo.

Back in May,
it was suggested that Brian Eno is “keen to exchange ideasâ€
with The 1975 by the band’s manager Jamie Oborne. He
explained that Eno has been “a massive influence†on Matty
Healy and co.
Eno had previously taken part in
Healy’s In Conversation podcast series, where the former
discussed a negative review of his ‘Ambient 1: Music for
Airports’ album received back in 1978.
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Colours’ and share new track ‘Manganese’ appeared first
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