The Chain Gang of 1974 has released new album FELT on Caroline Records today. The 9-track collection expands upon a dreamy synth-pop that initially earned Chain Gang adoration worldwide, progressing into the project’s most strikingly honest material to date. Kamtin Mohager tells us, “After 10 years of having this project, I believe that FELT sounds exactly like what Chain Gang Of 1974 is supposed to sound like.
This is Kamtin Mohager’s third full-length as The Chain Gang of 1974, preceded by Wayward Fire and Daydream Forever. He worked with friend, peer and acclaimed producer Thom Powers of The Naked and Famous to complete FELT.
“The Chain Gang Of 1974 are not afraid of massive pop music” – Alt Press
“For the past decade or so, The Chain Gang of 1974 has been adeptly skilled at maintaining a rare freshness to its sound, and doing so in a way that kept each batch of new music’s release feel both oddly familiar but entirely unexpected.” – Vanyaland
“manages to be both moody and upbeat … you’ll find yourself dancing, but slightly detached as you reflect on and dissect past relationships” – Substream
“soaring retro synthy New Wave” – Baeble
“With a mixture of funk and synth-pop, the band isn’t afraid to reach for the grand gesture.” – Respect Your Youngers
“They’ve beautifully evolved from one genre to the next and have a wide arrange of songs from dark and broody to infectious, danceable songs.” – Pancakes & Whiskey
“You’ve got to hear this!” – Volume
- I Still Wonder
- Forget feat. Alisa Xayalith
- Looking For Love
- It Needs You
The Chain Gang of 1974