The family we are talking about: Black Country, New Road | music

When they only had two or three songs in their own name, there were already those who considered them to be one of the most transformative bands in the UK thanks to a sound that had traces of mutated rock and jazz sensibility, but above all is free, unsettling, and challenging. It is no wonder, then, that Black Country’s debut album New Road, all in their early twenties, the English septet that just released For The First Time, the kind of work that, in similar doses, shows distinctive character, poetry, catharsis and romance.