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‘Flat Earth News’- a book by Nick Davies that reveals the darker side of Journalism and its industry – inspired the title and the themes of Human Future’s new EP: ‘Flat Earth Blues’. Each song focuses on a different facet of the overall content whether it’s media corruption, media propaganda, the present state of journalism, and its future in a cyberspace.

A melancholically ambient introduction, dives into despair with cascading walls of harsh noise, and concludes with a supposed glimmer of hope. Thus, Human Future reproduces the call of a confused, distrustful, and manipulated world.

After being inspired by the artwork done for label mates Regurgitate Life, Human Future commissioned Luke Oram for their album cover, who conceived a cryptic, hallucinatory vision of the Fourth & Fifth Estates in a post-Eu Referendum Britain.

 

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