Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou detail the "arduous and long process" that led to their dark collaborative masterpieces

[L-R] Emma Ruth Rundle and Andy Gibbs of Thou
(Image credit: Future / Teddie Taylor)

In a world where collaboration projects are more about cross-selling opportunities than artistic merit, it’s rare to come across anything you could describe as earnest. 

It’s even rarer to find anything close to what could be considered essential listening.  

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Chris Schwarten

Chris is a contributor to Guitar World and MusicRadar with around 20 years of guitar playing experience – including writing for and recording various projects for around 15 of those. Outside of practical experience, he’s studied music throughout his life, with a particular focus on composition at university. He’s something of a 90s tragic and a sucker for anything with a groovy, metallic edge or psych and stoner vibes. Outside of music, he’s an avid cook, gardener, and rugby league lover.