To quote Daniel Copeman, “We had a clearer idea of what we wanted to achieve on this album, and how we could achieve it. We’re more focused, more confident.”
Their first album took them on the road, and that road took them all over the globe. It was on these journeys, during van-held conversations, that their second album began to take shape, the band happening upon an ancient Greek palindrome “Nipson anomēmata mē monan opsin” which, when translated, gave
Wash the Sins Not Only the Face it’s title.
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