In “Dead Wake,” pulsing drums and soft synths carry a low heat that occasionally erupts into an absolute blaze. Meanwhile, “Scavengers” (Acoustic) offers bits of twilight that dance through every smooth, understated chord.
In a press release, vocalist Dustin Kensrue offered a look into the creation of “Dead Wake.”
“This is a tune we were working on during the Horizons/East sessions but hadn’t completed,” Kensrue says. “I’ve always been fascinated by songs that only have one chord progression, but feel expansive and varied through the use of shifting melodies and layers, and we wanted to play with that format here.”
Listen to “Dead Wake” and “Scavengers” (Acoustic) below.
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