Here is the second single from Mumblr‘s forthcoming debut full-length album, Full of Snakes (and one of my personal favorite songs from the album).
“Roach” is about lead singer Nick Morrison’s fear of passing on his worst traits to his future children. His anxiety is reflected in the slow building rhythms provided by bassist Sean Reilly and drummer Scott Stitzer which eventually build into a quick pulse and then expel into stream of fuzzy, agitated guitars while Morrison croons the chorus: “Our spirits don’t fit in the ground, they just get carried around/ Until I pass my sins down.”
If the quiet-to-loud combo doesn’t get you, wait until around the 2:35 mark when all of the tension is released.
Stream/Free DL “Roach” Below or Bandcamp
Missed the first single? “Philadelphia”:
Full of Snakes is set to release on September 16th via Fleeting Youth Records.
Pre-Order Here: https://fleetingyouthrecords.bandcamp.com/album/full-of-snakes