The US alt-rock project SNOWBALL ii is set to release the LP _Doughnut Holes_ on the 16th of September.
With a counter-intuitive sound to the compositions heard previously: Gone are the shimmering crystals of guitar to be replaced by subdued melodics.
What was Snowball II is now SNOWBALL ii, as the project has not only re-imagined the sound, they have contrapositive capitalisation of the band name to reflect of the reversed aural imprint, which still retains the distinctive forlorn voice that now takes more prominent foreground with the more subdued acoustic instrumentation.
Again, I have had the opportunity to partake of the complete eleven track album but am able to only share one of them with you, the third, I Doughnut Want to Live, which has a symmetrical construct that flakes plaster off its architecture as the track develops, like a clay pot being crafted, gaining strength from its sloughing of the extraneous and leaving the listener with fibres on which to delightedly gnaw, whilst minded of flocking like a voyeuristic vulture around entrails.
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