The English sultry-goth project Bleek Noir was introduced earlier in the year.
Bleek Noir – Last Night I Saw Myself With The Animals (And The Animals Ate Themselves) – artwork
The latest track to surface (available on bandcamp) – Last Night I Saw Myself With The Animals (And The Animals Ate Themselves) is of even gloomier disposition than music previously featured as the nowave dystopian soundtrack is marked by the panic inducing vocal and careening instrumental / percussion backdrop.
Perhaps not a song to play just before going to bed, although there is a alluring beauty to the combinations which stays with the listener and the song again highlights the intense emotional draw of the voice.
Bleek Noir is a new sultry-goth project from England.
A four track EP Fresh Born Animal (And I’m Not Sure Who I Am) and a two track AA single Harder Love / Draggin’ That Damn Thing Around (both available on bandcamp) surfaced on the 28th of July.
This is music to listen to whilst reposed with oiled limbs wrapped around a partner in a candlelight chamber dressed only in deep-purple velvet necklace and dark sheening eyeshadow with silk blindfolds and tie-ribbons in reach. There is an eroticism that burbles under the surface as the darkly poised strings slink through the room with a snaking percussion caressing the torso as the tantalising vocal breathes warmly over the earlobes.
The only issue being the totality of the five songs around (one being repeated) only lasts for less than twenty minutes and not enough time to indulge in the mood-setter.