HeadShy - "The Light That Guides the Blind" (stream) (Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

16 January 2014

On the dreamy, spacey "The Light That Guides the Blind", HeadShy shows a knack for finding something soulful in the midst of a vast soundscape.
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Amanda Elmore 

On “The Light That Guides the Blind”, Austin’s HeadShy shows a knack for finding something soulful in the midst of a vast space-rock soundscape. In the spirit of, say, Spiritualized, the track, which premieres here on PopMatters, combines drifting, searching vocals with cacophonous dream-pop atmospherics. “The Light That Guides the Blind” appears on HeadShy’s new triple EP Belle Epoque, released this week on Medicina Records.

 

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