Effectively screaming out on behalf of lostness within oneself and The Dark Bedroom as a literal space, the single reintroduces Blind Season in a bold and powerful way.
Featuring pristine production alongside heavy & melodic rock united, Rush has the presentation of an industry hit, and the song-writing strength, passion & multi-layered immersion of an alternative anthem for the masses.
The music is all at once joyful & disconcerting – a fascinating trait that seems to appear intermittently throughout much of this project.
Featuring some of the very best guitar-work & melodic story-telling around, with organic rock soundscapes to support & enhance the mood of each track, Apparitions proves as nostalgic as it is refreshing, and continuously begs for you to turn up the volume.
The kind of song that will easily suit the moment of reintroduction – that day when we are finally able to meet up in groups and celebrate our freedom and overcoming.
“Ultimately, we went with garage rock because it’s much easier to disguise our lack of talent and musical ability with loud guitars and fuzzy distortion. Also, now, we can wear leather pants and not have to justify it.”
“Until we get tired of meaningless lyrics with beats that make you go deaf, our genre won’t be that popular.”
The band operate somewhere between the likes of Bad Religion & Papa Roach, but there’s a notably emotive, soulful core to their writing, and the sound has its own clear level of character.
This is an album of crafted and loved material, beautifully sung, played, captured and mixed. A 90s heart may beat at its core, but there’s a modern sheen hovering over it all – along with smart production and arrangement choices. A great listen.
Not purely electronic production, but guitars, bass, drums, and plenty of vocal grit. An increasingly passionate outcry in the name of unity & trust.
Fresh from the dawn of punk and classic rock & roll, yet soulfully doused in a heavy hit of contemporary indie & the raw sound of Philadelphia…
A powerful song of longing & uncertainty – questioning the listener, calling out for help, and provoking a deeper level of consideration for those struggling to connect.