2019 release, the ninth album from London's post-punk electronic balladeers. Still enjoying the considerable success of their score for the award-winning Blue Velvet Revisited with Tuxedomoon and John Foxx, May '19 saw Criterion release the definitive Blu-ray of David Lynch's Blue Velvet, with BVR included as the main extra at Lynch's own request. It rocketed up the US Blu-ray chart. All fired up, the all-new 13 track album Mediaburn sees CWNN at the peak of their musical and lyrical powers, as they contemplate a disintegrating society. Once again, they unleash a brutal acid wit on the electro-funk of 'Blind Dogs for the Guides' and jazz-tinged 'She Sells Incels', but still conjure up soaring mournful moments such as 'By Air of By Sea' and 'In Hollywood You Won't Find Bel-Air', alongside the pure synthpop of 'So Much Left to Undo' and 'Button on My Desk'. It's an album that's dark, that's light, that's electronic, that's acoustic... and that's anyywhere in between.