Bristol-based band Jilk have just released their new album, Joy In The End, via Project: Mooncircle.

Following last year’s stunning six-track EP In Need Of TessJoy In The End features all the hallmarks we’ve come to love from Jilk, namely synesthetic atmospheres, jazz-like percussion, and future-leaning electronics. The band have a way of crafting stirring songs that, while conjuring poignant emotions, keep one foot in the experimental world.

Joy In The End dropped on September 1 on limited handmade postcards (including a download code) and digital and can be grabbed here. In support of the LP, Jilk have offered up the achingly beautiful cut “Become The Build” as today’s XLR8R download, available via WeTransfer below.

Jilk also put together a mix full of their influences, featuring artists such as Stars of the Lid, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Thomas Knack, Tortoise, Prefuse 73, Mogwai, Talk Talk, Radiohead, DNTEL, Xela, David Bowie, and Susumu Yokota. You can hear that here.