Long standing alt-rock outfit Miserable Faith are considered by many as one of the quintessential Chinese yaogun bands.
They have just returned with their first full length studio album in six years, a follow-up to the widely loved “The Music Won’t Be Stopped”.
The band has been veering further into folk rock territory in the past few years and it’s front and center on their latest “May Love Be Without Worries” (愿爱无忧), which finds the band on a spiritual road trip through China’s vast, diverse landscape.
The opening track make good of their reggae inflections, injecting warmth and forward-moving longevity to songs overlying themes.
Miserable Faith on Douban.