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To celebrate their 40th anniversary year, In The Nursery released a new studio album. Entitled ‘HUMBERSTONE’, the family surname of core group members Klive and Nigel, it is a deeply personal record that sees them in reflective mood as a year in which they also turned 60 comes to a close.

“We have always needed a reason to make music, a rationale for its creation and existence,” they state. “As composers, the two of us are conscious of the connection between music and memory. The loss of family is a strong emotion, one that we’ve harnessed to revisit our past. Our antecedents have been a catalyst and a stimulus for this new album and it has been good to reconnect and remember.”

The single ‘Ektachrome (The Animator)’, in part an homage to Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass, of which they simply comment “imagine home cinema in the ’70s accompanied by your father’s choice record collection.”

Recorded at the group's own Beehive Works studio in Sheffield, each track on ‘HUMBERSTONE’ is prefixed with an ‘H’ number to indicate the order in which ideas came to the twins when writing the album.

10 track album