The Cinematic Orchestra are back with the first single from their hugely anticipated forthcoming studio album and it’s everything you could hope for: an epic, heart-achingly sad, but beautiful and uplifting piece of music based on the simple idea that “the prerequisite of everything in life is belief”. Original Cinematic Orchestra main-man Jason Swinscoe has now been joined on production duties by long-time collaborator Dom Smith, and the result of this partnership is some of the most poised, ravishing music of this band’s stellar career.
The Cinematic Orchestra were formed by Jason Swinscoe in 1999 and have become one of the most respected British acts of the last 17 years. Possessed of an emotional gravitas that transcends genre, they have sold out the Royal Albert Hall (twice) as well as the Sydney Opera House, and played countless international festivals the world over.
The Cinematic Orchestra’s new single “To Believe” featuring Moses Sumney is out now on Ninja Tune via Inertia Music. You can stream it via the link below;