It's a brand new mix plus extras

Lift To Experience have created a brand new mix of their only album, The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads.

The band returned to the original Texas studio – The Echo Lab in Denton County – with engineer Matt Pence. Josh T. Pearson explains, “We went back to the studio, neck deep in the heart of Texas, where Lift recorded The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads – remixing the album the way it should have be mixed originally. It’s good to have our balls back after years spent being castrated.”

The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads will be released by Mute on 3 February 2017 with rejuvenated album artwork.

The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads will be available on vinyl, CD and as a deluxe box set, which will feature Lift To Experience’s April, 2001 John Peel session as well as their demo EP from 1997.

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The full-tracklisting is:

CD1 – Texas
Just As Was Told
Down Came The Angels
Falling From Cloud 9
With Crippled Wings
Waiting To Hit
The Ground So Soft

CD2 -Jerusalem
These Are The Days
When We Shall Touch
Down With The Prophets
To Guard And To Guide You
Into The Storm

Vinyl Boxset
LP1 – Texas
Just As Was Told
Down Came The Angels
Falling From Cloud 9
With Crippled Wings
Waiting To Hit
The Ground So Soft

LP2 – Jerusalem
These Are The Days
When We Shall Touch
Down With The Prophets
To Guard And To Guide You
Into The Storm

Peel Session:
Side A

Falling From Cloud 9
The Ground So Soft

Side B:
Just As Was Told
With The World Behind

EP:
Side A:

Falling From Cloud 9
With The World Behind

Side B:
Arise and Shine
Liftin On Up

You can pre-order by clicking here.

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