Tuesday, July 2, 2019

The Warp / The Weft's folk-psychedlia wears proggy metal armour on "A Sun-Filled Room"

When you listen to The Warp / The Weft's A Sun-Filled Room the guitar lines feel so sinewy and organically drawn just like Shane Murphy's vocal performance that feels intensely honed. His aesthetic with a trembling lilt and commanding steely eyed presence feels like you are hearing the sonnets to a gothic street opera. The syncopated heavy metal waltz of sounds is at once almost medieval with an embedded kind of fable-esque grand red curtain sound. It is extremely artistic and the musical arc and those interwoven guitar licks just make me smile.

Robb Donker


“A Sun-Filled Room" is a single from The Warp/The Weft's new album, Dead Reckoning, which will be released this August.

This song has lyrical, wistful vocals ardently balanced on electric and acoustic riffs that lead to a rollicking carousel of a chorus.
The Warp/The Weft is a folk-psychedelic rock band from Poughkeepsie, NY (USA)

1 comment:

  1. Sorry to write it here, but... Not a word about "On Graveyard Hill", the excellent new Pixies single ?