Mercury Prize-winning act, elbow, has released its new album, The Take Off and Landing of Everything, which was mixed and mastered using PMC loudspeakers.
The Take Off and Landing of Everything is the second album since the Mercury Prize-winning, The Seldom Seen Kid and was written and recorded at Blueprint studios in Salford and Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios.
Elbow recently installed PMC IB2S three-way monitors and the new active twotwo.6 nearfields at its facility.
The band also chose monitors from PMC's twenty series for their homes and as a result, each of the members were able to record in their dedicated studio and test the results with exactly the same tonal signature in their own homes.
Metropolis Mastering’s Tim Young was responsible for the mastering of the new album, using PMC BB5 XBD-A large-scale monitors.
Paul O’Farrell Stevens of PMC says: "Fans appreciate how much elbow pride themselves in the quality of their work from start to finish, and this is borne out by the use of our loudspeakers. If you really want to hear it as they intended, PMC is the obvious choice."