Eclectic UK phenomenon CA'NA, comprised of sole mastermind Andrew Curtis Brignell, have completed work on the next anticipated full-length within the Ca'na repertoire. Entitled ''temporary Antennae'', the new album sees Brignell stretch his musical oeuvre to new unheard levels culminating in a maturity which presents more depth and substance to the unique sound he conjured by combining the likes of raw black metal, 4AD post-rock, and folk/singer-songwriter music. Building upon the promise that was evident with last year''s ''Mourner'' release (a release which saw acclaim, enough to even land in the top 40 of Decibel magazine''s best-of 2007 at the number 20 spot), ''temporary Antennae'' goes much beyond the foundation laid down by ''Mourner'' (and the ''some People Fall'' debut respectively) in a musical and lyrical sense respectively.
In turn, ''temporary Antennae'', alongside easily being the best Ca'na album to date, is also the most intense and oppressive sounding Ca'na album to date, while at the same time being the most pop-oriented Ca'na album yet as new influences from '?80s new-wave (i.e. early Cure, Joy Division, Depeche Mode etc.) also make their way into the sound picture of ''temporary Antennae'' alongside those that combine the traits of raw black metal and post-rock.