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Following the acclaim accrued by 2018 debut The Fall, SOM (comprised of current and former members of Constants, Junius, and recent Grammy nominees Caspian) had planned to enter the studio in 2020 to record the follow-up. However, pandemic-induced lockdown forced them to improvise and record entirely remotely, producing 2021's luscious Awake EP. This new workflow redefined SOM's process, which carried into the completion of their new LP. It's concise compositions balance gritty riffs with airy vocal lines that will appeal to fans of Deftones and Tame Impala alike, and are just as primed for rock radio as for shoegaze-loving connoisseurs. While many artists lumbered in inactivity, SOM used the darkness of recent times to create and heal. The Shape of Everything's introspective bliss is an insight into the kind of harmony the quintet seek to cultivate in all facets of life. SOM's The Shape of Everything - following their recent Awake EP and shimmering cover of Billie Eilish's "Everything I Wanted," the new single "Animals" finds SOM refining a sound that's been called "doom pop" by Metal Injection, with ethereal heartfelt vocals atop huge riffs alternating between gritty and atmospheric.
Following the acclaim accrued by 2018 debut The Fall, SOM (comprised of current and former members of Constants, Junius, and recent Grammy nominees Caspian) had planned to enter the studio in 2020 to record the follow-up. However, pandemic-induced lockdown forced them to improvise and record entirely remotely, producing 2021's luscious Awake EP. This new workflow redefined SOM's process, which carried into the completion of their new LP. It's concise compositions balance gritty riffs with airy vocal lines that will appeal to fans of Deftones and Tame Impala alike, and are just as primed for rock radio as for shoegaze-loving connoisseurs. While many artists lumbered in inactivity, SOM used the darkness of recent times to create and heal. The Shape of Everything's introspective bliss is an insight into the kind of harmony the quintet seek to cultivate in all facets of life. SOM's The Shape of Everything - following their recent Awake EP and shimmering cover of Billie Eilish's "Everything I Wanted," the new single "Animals" finds SOM refining a sound that's been called "doom pop" by Metal Injection, with ethereal heartfelt vocals atop huge riffs alternating between gritty and atmospheric.
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Shape Of Everything
Artist: Som
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Following the acclaim accrued by 2018 debut The Fall, SOM (comprised of current and former members of Constants, Junius, and recent Grammy nominees Caspian) had planned to enter the studio in 2020 to record the follow-up. However, pandemic-induced lockdown forced them to improvise and record entirely remotely, producing 2021's luscious Awake EP. This new workflow redefined SOM's process, which carried into the completion of their new LP. It's concise compositions balance gritty riffs with airy vocal lines that will appeal to fans of Deftones and Tame Impala alike, and are just as primed for rock radio as for shoegaze-loving connoisseurs. While many artists lumbered in inactivity, SOM used the darkness of recent times to create and heal. The Shape of Everything's introspective bliss is an insight into the kind of harmony the quintet seek to cultivate in all facets of life. SOM's The Shape of Everything - following their recent Awake EP and shimmering cover of Billie Eilish's "Everything I Wanted," the new single "Animals" finds SOM refining a sound that's been called "doom pop" by Metal Injection, with ethereal heartfelt vocals atop huge riffs alternating between gritty and atmospheric.
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