This is new from Edinburgh's Eyes Of Others, a one man outfit making music he describes as 'post- pub couldn't get tin the club'. It's definitely leftfield enough although the thump of the kick drum and the 303 acid squiggle both hint that there are clubs where this could be played. Big Companies, Large Tentacles is doomy and unsettling with a vocal suggesting a man at the end of his tether, with screaming and squealing in the background and mutterings about love and Freud's chaise longue. Organ from a horror film cuts in before the acid goes off at the three minute mark. The video does little to lessen the general unease, existential dread and rising anxiety either. Happy Friday!
You can buy Big COmpanies, Large Tentacles, together with an instrumental version and Fantastic Man remix, at Bandcamp. Eyes Of Others album is due in May on Heavenly.
That was rather enjoyable, just as I thought the initial acidic burble had outstayed its welcome, it lurched up a gear with anxiety inducing effect.
Stands up to repeat plays too.
This popped up in my inbox the other day but I hadn't had a chance to listen to it before now. Added to my Bandcamp Friday shopping list. Great stuff.
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