Scott Walker - And Who Shall Go To The Ball ? And What Shall Go To The Ball ? (limited edition)

Scott Walker - And Who Shall Go To The Ball ? And What Shall Go To The Ball ? (limited edition)

On Monday 24th September, 4AD will release new music by Scott in the shape of And Who Shall Go To The Ball ? And What Shall Go To The Ball ? (TAD2731) This project is very different to The Drift - an instrumental composition in four movements, written for a contemporary dance piece - but the music is just as thrilling and just as unclassifiable. And Who Shall Go To The Ball ? And What Shall Go To The Ball ? is being made available as a deluxe, limited edition CD with a running time of just under 25 minutes; it will never be re-pressed.

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