Duvel have released their debut album ‘Attempts at Speech’ on May 25th via Fysisk Format.
The ‘Attempts At Speech’ album was recorded at Blitz studio and engineered/produced by Bjørn Larsen. Recorded in two hectic days, Duvel sound different to most bands these days as the album revels in a raw, unpolished and dark sound. In Duvel, Fysisk Format hears ‘a brave band that dares to keep rock raw’.
Guitarist Jack Holldorff opens up about the lyrics on the album:
“I would think the reason why some people are afraid of the dark, is that when the lights are out, you lose control. You have no clue about what is happening around you, so your brain tells you that you have to be prepared for anything to happen. Anything, and everything, is possible. Being around other people is a bit like that.
You’ll never know what someone else thinks. What are their urges? What do they feel about the people they surround themselves with? You can’t possibly tell. Instead, you just have to accept the fact that anything is possible, which is a scary thought indeed. There you are; the theme for a lot of the lyrics on the record.”