‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Pale Saints discuss ‘The Comforts of Madness’ in 1990

For this week’s installment of “120 Minutes” Rewind, we check in with late-’80s/early-’90s dreampop act Pale Saints, who appeared on the show in 1990 to discuss their debut on 4AD, The Comfort of Madness. The group, led by Ian Masters, also discuss covering a song by Opal.

The clip includes the video for “Time Thief.”

Check it out below, courtesy of uploader Nik Cockshott.

 

 

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4 Comments

  • UE405

    Talk about soft spoken! Fantastic album though, and this video gives a glimpse of what a great bass player Ian Masters is.

     
  • Simon Fathers

    What a phenomenal album, and great much missed band.

     
  • Simon Fathers

    Why did they play House of Love Destroy the Heart towards the end?

     
  • One of the most beautiful voices from the “shoegaze era”. Also check out Spoonfed Hybrid, his post Pale Saints’ project. <3

     
 

 

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