“ON A SUNDAY MORNING”
STREAM ‘ON A SUNDAY MORNING’
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“Their sombre minimalist shoegaze combine the glooming and dark exhalations of psych rock and visceral noise pop… glorious and relentless.” Music & Riots
“Dead Vibrations make taut, visceral, black-clad noise rock…a band who want to smash through the barriers and reach the other side.” Clash Magazine
Dead Vibrations burst onto the booming Stockholm music scene in 2015 and have been flying the flag high for Scandinavian shoegaze ever since. Their dark and gloomy noise pop channelling a mix of visceral Mary Chain-esque guitars, droning psychedelia a la Spacemen 3 and even Seattle grunge at times – resulting in a reverb-drenched sound that manages to sound both unapologetically indebted to its influences yet completely modern.
Having spent the last couple of years touring Europe, bringing their blistering live show to venues and psych fests across the mainland, and releasing just two releases – their debut 12” EP ‘Reflections’ and 2017s 7” single ‘Swirl/Sleeping In Silver Garden’ – Dead Vibrations have signed to London imprint Fuzz Club Records for the release of their self-titled debut album, due for release January 26th. For such a new band, Dead Vibrations have wasted no time making their mark and their debut album is sure to send them to even further heights.
To kick-start 2018 the band are sharing the crushing second single from the album, ‘On A Sunday Morning’. Opening on a hum of screeching feedback, the track is an insatiable hit of visceral noise pop that swirls around a potent, intoxicating haze of razor-sharp shoegaze guitars, echoing angsty vocals and thunderous drums. Dead Vibrations may deal in all things dark and fuzz-tainted but their latest song shows their just as tuned into a gloomy yet evocative pop sensibility.
PRAISE FOR DEAD VIBRATIONS
“Their sombre minimalist shoegaze combine the glooming and dark exhalations of psych rock and visceral noise pop, an anthem fully constructed to bring the listener to a place that feels like the edge of something glorious and relentless.” Music & Riots Magazine
“They puncture the rusty, barbed trappings of gnarly guitar-centric convolutions by anchoring them with the reliable sternum-punch of a drum line…Dead Vibrations manages to be
both uplifting and vaguely sombre.” Bandcamp Daily
“Dead Vibrations make taut, visceral, black-clad noise rock… careering guitars, pummelling drums, and those desperate, driving vocals, it’s emblematic of a band who want to smash through the barriers and reach the other side.” Clash Magazine
“They offer a unique perspective to the psychedelic movement and are head and shoulders above many of their contemporaries.” Levitation Magazine
“A scorching wall of shoegazing psychedelia sound driven by colossal guitars, pounding drums & smoking bass with hazy vocals all over it.” 50thirdand3rd
“A rich and compelling balance between the JAMC feedback obsessions, the melodic reverberated shoegaze echoes of MBV and the lysergic aspirations of the early Verve.” White Light/White Heat”
“a drone ritual where the fury of the noisy and distorted Jesus & Mary Chain meets the evocative reverberations of The Warlocks.” We Control The Jams
DEAD VIBRATIONS S/T TRACKLIST
On A Sunday Morning
Dive With You
Bitter Better Way
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