There is an interesting arc between 2012s The Shallows and KOMPROMAT, one which moves from discussing the effect of emerging technologies on the individual to the effect those same inventions can have on whole societies. Can you expand on that idea?

I Like Trains: It certainly feels as if there’s a strong link between the two records. A natural progression I guess. It can be difficult to see the bigger picture when you’re dealing with ever evolving technologies that keep us all connected and informed. As you say, The Shallows was looking inwards….

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