The new album follows 2013’s The Glass Trunk, arguably his most successful record to date. Dawson describes his unique, lo-fi oddball noise and myriad sonic experiments as such: “I have come to think of it as ritual community music. Perhaps you could call that folk music, but it is certainly not in the folk tradition. I hope it belongs to part of a wider tradition of north east artists, people like Jospeh Crawhall, Jack Common, Basil Bunting, John Martin and Peter Beardsley.”

Stream “Nothing Important” below.