The US garage rock trio Them Oh’s were introduced last year.
The latest track to surface Kisses On Delay, gives Them Oh’s an even darker resolution than the previous material featured.
The composition revolves around the distinctive vocal, giving the roughly two and a quarter minutes of Kisses On Delay an hypnotic drone in which the listener becomes ever more drawn as the song unfurls, akin to being sucked towards a whirlpool.
Them Oh’s is a relatively new garage-rock quartet from the USA.
Once again – my apologies to everyone, this has been sitting in my in-box since an initial introduction back in June.
Released towards the end of last month was their début EP 18 -21 (available on bandcamp). Well worth packing in the knapsack – the roughly fourteen minute, four track release is full of little gems.
The quartet deliver music that has a continuum of sadness wrapped in southern-blues, with a singular vocal that will either grate of make it all more relevant and I find the droning voice is perfectly suited to the music, though that is perhaps self-evident else I wouldn’t have asked you to spend time in their company were it otherwise.
My pick of the release is the second – Everything Should Be This Way.