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Premiere: Tinfoil and Tape, “Collider”

Posted by May 5th, 2016 No Comments »

So far it turns out the bands we started watching last year have proven extremely active in 2016. Tinfoil and Tape today debut “Collider,” a dreamy track from their forthcoming Black Spells EP with cool beat and a restrained yet orchestral quality. I’m getting like an Autre Ne Veut vibe, though many make the risky Radiohead comparison on the band’s earlier work.

Tinfoil and Tape lead Gerald Sonnessa says the lyrics for “Collider” are about “prophetic dreams becoming real, or a person piecing together memories in-order not to deal with his or her own very real tragic loss.”

One local music fan says “it’s like hovering across the bridge in a storm in a small but spectacular spaceship that has no need for roads yet radiantly drifts above them, something else entirely.”

Decide for yourself and let us know what you think in the comments section below.

The Black Spells EP release show is May 27 at Barboza with The Bailey Range. Catch them also at Big BLDG Bash on June 4. 

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