The story of The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To
Die is one of expansion, of borders being stretched to wider horizons. From
the bedroom-&-basement beginnings of Formlessness through the astral postemo
vistas of Whenever, If Ever, The World Is has grown in both ambition and
numbers, constantly finding new distances for their poignant, sparkling aesthetic.
Between Bodies, the band’s forthcoming EP due out October 7th via Broken
World Media, finds the Connecticut indie collective simultaneously reaching the
most essential version of their cinematic, twilit sound while challenging both
themselves and the listener. A collaboration with spoken word artist and activist
Chris Zizzamia, the album pairs compelling, impressionist post-rock landscapes
to narratives of death, love, existentialism, and the human condition.