Soulsavers, a Uk downtempo electronica duo with rock and roll, gospel, and nation affects, was formed by manufacturers/remixers Affluent Machin and Ian Glover. Following a group of well-received 7″ EPs, the duo released its initial album, Tough Men Don’t Dance, in 2003. Soulsavers’ second record, It’s Not WHAT LENGTHS You Fall, It is the Method You Land, made an appearance in 2007. The record drew interest from the specific press, thanks partly to highlighted vocals by Tag Lanegan, in addition to cameo involvement from Will Oldham. Lanegan and Oldham came back because of their 2009 discharge, Broken, which also highlighted vocals from Jason Pierce, Mike Patton, and Gibby Haynes. 3 years afterwards, Depeche Mode’s vocalist Dave Gahan would collaborate using the group in the Light the Deceased See. In past due 2015, they released another cooperation with Gahan, Angels & Spirits, and Kubrick, their instrumental homage towards the feelings, atmospherics, and people from the movies from the titular iconic movie director.