The Scottish alt-rock quartet Undo will be releasing their eponymous LP on the 24th of February.
With a different emphasis to the music than when last reviewed back in July, in No Sense To Call, Undo deliver a track that has a dark undercurrent in which the listener gets the sense of brooding presence that captivates attention.
Tightly packed drumming and bass create the darkness while guitar creates the feeling of panicky urgency as the high notes spin in to the room whilst the dual vocals enables the voices to inflect emotional context.
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The Scottish garage-rock quartet UNDO released a split single with Jutland Songs on the 25th.
Hollow Hands is a mash of malt that soaks into the cask through just over four and a quarter minutes of submerged fusing guitar and an intoxicating reed that you just want to hear more of immediately.
UNDO have a palpable pent-up frustration which they deliver through a gauzy net giving the track as great a sense of burning rage as could be delivered in full blast and the quartet are able to deliver a composition in Hollow Hands which due to the technique far more eloquently enunciates their sense of futility felt in raging against the machine than otherwise achieved, giving them a powerful message which is well worth spending time to hear. The lucid percussion and bass contrasts discretely with the engulfed vocal as the quartet reveal their follow up track to Stop Hiding which surfaced three years ago under their previous iteration Great Cop.
I look forward to reporting more on UNDO in due course, for now you can grab hold of the release on bandcamp.
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