London-based composer Michael Price shares a new one with us today. It's called 'Budapest' and it's taken from Entanglement, his forthcoming new album due for release 13th April via Erased Tapes Records. The piece is awash with dawn-summoning risings, slices of hope interwoven in the later dark leanings of the sound, capturing with slow majestic strings a city whose present day spirit is a cocktail of a past remembered with mixed emotions, and a future looked at with dubious expectancy.

Speaking of his upcoming album, Michael Price said:

"I wanted to make an album that sounded like a dark, Berlin record store discovery from the 30s. Something that had timeless emotive power, and pre-digital rawness. Something that I hope would make a deeper connection in superficially networked times. I think there is a duty for artists to be honest, and vulnerable. Because then there is a possibility of real connection. Entanglement is both honest and vulnerable and to go through the two year process of writing, refining and recording an album has been more intense and more beautiful than I could have possibly imagined.

Entanglement is a very personal expression of my obsessions: music, love, physics and the inter-connectedness of things. There is structure and freedom, chaos and control, and the beauty of ancient instruments set against impassive machines."

Listen to 'Budapest' below. Pre-order on CD, LP or as a digital download from the Erased Tapes site.