A Place to Bury Strangers Nail It
After some albums where I felt like A Place to Bury Strangers hit some middling ground, they finally nailed it, for me anyways. The noisy propulsion of this track is remarkable, driving the song forward while the shadow of the vocals haunt you from the back of the mix. It’s definitely a spin on modern psych music, utilizing the genres combination of noise juxtaposed to the softness, or subdued quality of the vocals, as is the case here. This should make the release of the band’s new album, Transfixation, something to behold; it’s release date is set for February 17th courtesy of Dead Oceans.
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