The English art-rock project Stray Bullet was introduced last year.
To surface within the past twenty four hours is the track In Paradise which finds Stray Bullet in more concentrated conniption with a full ensemble of guitars, percussion and vocal in a calmly placed contemplative exorcism of social dialogue.
Rather than widely spaced refrains of previous material in In Paradise Stray Bullet deliver less embrocation rather more exfoliation in a track that gently peels away the layers of preservative with pipetted acidification, which for its very patina has an effective abrasiveness that scours the ears of the listener.
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Stray Bullet is a psychedelic instrumentalist from England.
Connections come from obscure places. A year ago I was called by my regular taxi firm – those of you connected with me more directly, or anyone who knows a journalist, will know that alcohol comes with the territory, which means we are the life-blood of Taxi firms – as journalists and cars are always fraught with potential ‘over the limit’ issues – to introduce a local band intending to do something imminently.
After numerous conversations with them – nothing came to nothing. Andrew Grant-Weeks has now stepped out on his own legs to deliver some musical thoughts to hear and this is one of those – Dream On Forever, a reggae influenced song which surfaced a few hours ago.
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