New sonic impulses…
23 January 2020
Who: A New York City avant foursome “who gleefully discard the more weary
connotations of indie rock through a natural, minimal and intelligent use of
modern implements”. The band formed a year ago with members from
Grooms, Field Mouse and Russian Baths .
Track: CALLS YOUR NAME – the band’s debut single is inspired by C. S. Lewis‘s
1945 novel The Great Divorce based on a theological dream vision of his
in which he reflects on the Christian conceptions of Heaven and Hell.
Score: This haunting story could be the main sonic theme of a new psycho-thriller
movie. The intoxicating combination of this track’s spooky electronic groove and
repetitive ghostly drums with vocalist Jess Rees‘s bone-chilling voice adding a macabre tone, turn this remarkable debut into a nightmarish experience. Don’t be surprised if
you hear this devilish hymn near your local graveyard.
Tune in and shiver right here…
Debut album UNMASK WHOEVER is out 27 March – details right here.