The Neutrinos release Apocalyptic 30/07/20 at precisely 19:00 with a live stream hosted by and commissioned by the uncompromising Outpost Gallery
The song itself blends deep, darkly disturbing beats with drums from the depths of dystopia and disturbing, shreddingly ominous guitars, an insistent yet almost out of reach, tambourine and a playful lyric extolling the listener to join them on their travels to… Waikiki and Honolulu?
‘It’s an improvisation on the end of days, the end of things yet perhaps the beginning of new things. It’s playful, it’s our notional visit to Waikiki and Honolulu – but by way of Cromer’ said vocalist and guitarist Mark Howe. ‘We’re all leaving and Apocalyptic is just a little paean to us all disappearing into the sea, back into the sea, the lovely sea, where we all came from.’
Bassist Jon Baker added ‘Apocalyptic – it’s inevitable and inexorable, it’s about ceasing to be in the way that we know.’
Artwork by the glorious Paul Flack.
Or listen here in luxurious freedom at Bandcamp, we do love bandcamp 😉
We’ve been rehearsing with video director Nathan Clarke and you’ll see the extraordinary brain-like surgery he’s doing to make this dark tale of a live stream work in the moment.
Look forward to seeing you there!