Norway duo Tape Trash have shared their soaring, uplifting new single 'Perfect Spring'.
The pair have immense experience, with Anders Magnor Killerud - once of Team Me and now part of Ludvig Moon - working alongside Kristofer Mathias Staxrud.
Working closely on new material, the band tap into early American emo - Thursday, even Jimmy Eat World - while retaining their own voice.
New single 'Perfect Spring' taps into the blossoming return of warm weather, the sight of flower beds and gardens returning gently to life.
It's a personal song of return, an unfiltered, "spill-your-guts" rush of words, drums, and tumbling guitar notes.
Tape Trash comment...
“The writing process happened very naturally, in a sort of spill-your-guts way. Very unfiltered. The first demoes we recorded were very over-the top, almost unlistenable, going way to fast, but it had that kind of energy that we wanted to bring into the studio recordings.”
“Thematically, this song is about surviving a long, vitamin-D deficient winter depression, and coming out on the other side, being almost in a state of overdrive, balancing between ecstasy and panic.”
Tune in now.
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