ANÍMIC | saturday 1st july (la masia d'en cabanyes, 01:20)

There’s no doubt that the new step that Anímic has taken may be understood as an attack against the loyal relationship between the band and their fans. But, also, some will interpret it as what it is: a golden opportunity to stay as a huge band of a band that can evolve after their two latest albums, Hannah (B-Core/Les Petites Coses/Error!/Lo-Fi, 2011) and Hannibal (Les Petites Coses/B-Core, 2013). Their new record, Skin (B-Core, 2017), is a change, a transformation. A mutation in which Animic’s soul speaks loud and clear.