Review Roundup for ‘The Nightmares Leave Us All Inoperational’

 

 

 

Released on 10th July, ‘The Nightmares Leave Us All Inoperational’ has been with us for a few weeks now and so far the reviews have been very positive.

Firstly, The Skinny say: ‘The Nightmares Leave Us All Inoperational – a song title that wouldn’t be out of place on a Twilight Sad record – feature’s Dick’s rich vocal alongside muscular post-punk/math rock instrumentation making for a song we’re fully on board with’
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Cerebral Canadian music blog The Revue say the song represents ‘music that challenges people, provokes discussion, and evokes emotion’ and makes comparisons to Interpol, Don Caballero and Battles.
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Fortitude Magazine applaud the ‘instantly infectious new single’ with its ‘whirring hooks and steady metronomic beats, and with the deep, baritone vocal of Robert Dick at its forefront’ creating ‘a soaring, math-rock anthem, with a perfect dose of heady nostalgia thrown in for good measure’
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Indie evangelists, The Vinyl District cite the song as ‘not only impressive sonically, but also technically’ and observe ‘chaotic musicality, filled with eerie tones, pulsating drum beats, and math rock-inspired guitar chords to create something undeniably unique
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Circuit Sweet draw oblique but accurate comparisons to I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness and Polvo, evidencing the band as “unorthodox yet melodic” and elaborate with descriptions of an “atmospherically dense sound, strengthened by flourishes of winding guitar segments, a metronomic rhythm section and the baritone-like vocal skills of Robert Dick
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Here’s hoping for more to come.

What definitely is to come is a creepy/terrifying new video for the song. Stay tuned for updates.

 

 

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