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Chin Up digital artwork series now up on OpenSea

News
17 September 2021

All of the single-track graphics for 2020’s Chin Up release are now available as in collection on the digital art marketplace OpenSea. These artworks were created upon the release of that album, each piece being detailed surreal collages relating to each of the 11 tracks on the album.

Soft Riot "Laughter Takes Off The Edge" | Video Still

“Laughter Takes Off The Edge” Video Premiere on The Brvtalist

News
21 July 2020

A new video for the track “Laughter Takes Off The Edge” from the album Chin Up premieres on The Brvtalist today, an online magazine dealing with mutant metropolitan culture and generally music on the darker side of the spectrum.

Soft Riot | Press photo for Northern Transmisions

Interview: Soft Riot’s Jack Duckworth Keeps His Chin Up

Interviews
30 April 2020

“Jack Duckworth is a synth-driven journeyman who has delivered leftfield sounds across multiple projects over the past 25 years. For the past decade, he’s developed a sizeable, sinewave-forward solo catalogue as Soft Riot.”

SOFT RIOT "Chin Up" | CD and Cassette

The New Album “Chin Up” Out Now

News
27 April 2020

The new ealbum Chin Up is out now! A collection of 11 tracks that make for a “one off” release for a more experimental, ambient-leaning soundm the majority of these tracks where written at the same time as the recent album When Push Comes To Shove.

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“Who Knows Where You’ll Be” Video Premiere

News
16 April 2020

Many thanks to the music site White Light/White Heat for premiering the first video from the album Chin Up for the track “Who Knows Where You’ll Be”. “Detached, disillusioned lyrics tread through an unsure existence in a disconnected search to find comfort and understanding.”

Soft Riot | Chin Up

Announcing the newest album, Chin Up

News
6 April 2020

Available on digital and limited CD and cassete, the majority of the tracks from this album were written at the same time as the tracks from the most recent release, When Push Comes To Shove. Chin Up was mostly written in the late night hours as an escape from the trappings of things like culture, scenes, political calamity, information overload, existential dread and the confines of what is considered synthesizer pop music.