Sunday, 19 March 2017

Sorry Escalator share [Official Audio] for 'Dionysus'

A rocking indie pop single brews, builds and bubbles over into a thrashing splash of cymbals and face melting harmonies of distortion, thundering bass and cosmic revelry. A very danceable track with a catchy chorus hook. One play is never enough in this ‘curious ride’. In this track taken from Sorry Escalator’s debut EP SRY ESC. Percussive swagger, jangling rhythm guitars and lead lines erupt in bursts of euphoric fuzz distortion as the hipshaking bassline ripples underneath.

The trademark observational introspection of frontman Ryan Welshs’ lyrics are ever present. As ‘Dionysus’ named after the god of the grape harvest, wine and its production, ritual madness, fertility, theatre and religious ecstasy in ancient Greek mythology, considers the philosophical musings that occur when one is in an enlightened and enlivened even possibly heightened state of consciousness.

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