Sour Blood Delivers An Beautifully Experimental EP
A new EP release from Sour Blood brings some experimental pop to the table utilizing an array of textured instrumentation and an ambient undertone that creeps under your skin in all the best ways possible.
The Good Nevers EP feels like a vast journey through emotion and is a bit of a warming rollercoaster of sorts as synth pads swell and sway, vocals compliment a classic rock persona with a genuine feel, piano's give depth, and the whole thing comes through incredibly cinematic and powerful most of the time.
These are performed with passion and heart. They come from someplace real that the artist has kept inside until letting it out on record and doing it in his own way.
This release has a youthful outside the box pop sensibility that very few dare to reach. It pushes the envelope in a number of ways especially in the sense that there are literally no boundaries or walls put up with this record.
It's beautiful, graceful, honest and even pure in a way.
The record's production is absolute ear candy as there are many scattered sounds that somehow piece together like a puzzle and create an atmosphere that breathes and lives on its own terms.
A gorgeous and massive sonic presence is clear and crisp as tones bounce off of each other with a jous gusto and everything melts into the air around you.
You haven't heard much quite like this record and when it's over you have to almost shake it off like it was a dream that just took you over.
It's certainly not hard to become washed away with the Good Nevers EP but you really have to listen to it in full.
There is so much wonder that goes on within its 4 song course that it's almost mesmerizing.
So dive into this record as soon as possible.