Lead singer Devon Welsh describes the song: “I think it’s important to explain a song a little bit, but not too much. The song is written about a specific set of circumstances and experiences, and Matt and I did such-and-such when we recorded it, but ultimately what the song is ‘about’ is less important than how and why it is meaningful for you when you listen to it. Explaining too much about the details of the song is not the point, so I won’t.
New York’s Wry Climate inventively updates ‘90s shoegaze riffs with notes of dreampop and bits of noise, turning their subtly complex tunes into something much more than the sum of their parts. The group has earned comparisons from Deerhunter to Dirty Projectors to Pavement, meaning they’re in good, eclectic company.
Meanwhile, the group has a brand new video for “Eels” from their superb 2013 release, Wilderness. Ethereal, shadowy images accompany a gorgeous gently rolling tune. Yet more stunning acoustic music from Handsome Family.
Blank Project releases 25 February in Europe and on the 26th in the States. It will feature a guest appearance by fellow Swede Robyn.