New Pagans’ latest album, ‘Making Circles of Our Own,’ explores themes of hope and self-assurance, led by singer and lyricist Lyndsey McDougall. The album follows their critically acclaimed debut, ‘The Seed The Vessel The Roots and All,’ and touches on societal limits placed on age and gender, drawing influences from artists like Pixies, PJ Harvey, and Quicksand.
New Pagans have released their newest album, ‘Making Circles of Our Own,’ which offers a more outward-looking and curious perspective compared to their critically acclaimed debut album, ‘The Seed The Vessel The Roots and All.’ The latest release, led by singer and lyricist Lyndsey McDougall, focuses on themes of hope and self-assurance, while still retaining moments of powerful emotion.
‘Making Circles of Our Own’ addresses societal constraints surrounding age and gender, demonstrating the group’s strong intent to explore these topics. The album’s sound is reminiscent of artists such as Pixies, PJ Harvey, and Quicksand.
New Pagans’ debut album, ‘The Seed, The Vessel, The Roots and All,’ released in March 2021 through Big Scary Monsters, received praise from various outlets, including Stereogum, Kerrang!, The Independent, and NPR. The success of their debut led to tours with Skunk Anansie and Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls.