Thursday, May 14, 2009

Worth A Listen: "Gold Splatter"

Black Moth Super Rainbow will be releasing their fourth LP Eating Us, on May 26th on Graveface, and we can't be more excited. In celebration of its upcoming release, I bring you guys "Gold Splatter" and what might be one of new favourite BMSR tracks. It opens with some catchy drumming and doesn't waste any time. The lyrics come in right away, and are backed up with some smooth waves of synth. This track sounds almost more organic and natural in the sense that it's mainly composed of a bassline, soothing vocals, snappy drums and acoustic guitar. Not a whole lot of electronics used in this, besides the effect on Tobacco's voice, but when the synth patterns do come in, you feel like you want to melt into a field of tall grass and become covered in soil and plantlife. Truly a song that you should listen to while camping or sitting in a forest as the sun beams down on your back and warms your core. It's beautiful. Check it below, and please support Black Moth by preordering your copy over here or right over here, they absolutely deserve it.

Black Moth Super Rainbow - "Gold Splatter" (Download)

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