Out now, the live performance from earlier this year has been broken into six parts on the album and includes crowd recordings.
The two-hour-long performance saw Fout Tet, real name Kieran Hebden, play a range of ambient tracks whilst surrounded by 42,000 hanging lights that reacted to the music.
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The Squidsoup light installation regularly works with Four Tet on shows with Mixmag naming it in 2019 as “one of the best live shows, if not the best live show we've ever seen”.
Songs played by Hebden include his 'Rounds', 'Beautiful Rewind', 'New Energy' and 'Sixteen Oceans'.
The six parts are named 'Kool FM', 'Spirit Fingers', 'My Angel Rocks Back And Forth', 'Green' and 'Teenage Birdsong'.
Four Tet previously self-released his Ally Pally show in 2019 which you can listen to here.
The eight-minute track is an entirely different vibe from the high-adrenaline festival headline set, and in keeping with the lush soundscapes.
Listen to Four Tet’s new album ‘Live at Alexandra Palace London, 24th May 2023’ below.
Check out images from the show below.
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