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Introducing… The Wormholes

Floating into the wormhole of joyous sound

The Wormholes have a very interesting bio on their Bandcamp page which intrigued me. They try to explain that the band wants to fold two points in time together. A moment of time for them and a moment of time for you and they want to fold them together using sound and emotion. It reads like Neil deGrasse Tyson swallowed a philosophy book but I get the sentiment wholeheartedly. The Wormholes create a mesh of art-pop and psychedelic rock and most of their song titles have space or science references in them. These are geeks who rock. They love a good synth machine too.

In a similar vein to some of my favourite new band discovers like Duologue and Clock Opera, The Wormholes feels like a synth band doing rock things and scratching both itches beautifully. Their new single ‘I Am The Moon’ is not only on brand but a lovely blend of their styles. It is a slow burn that pulls you in and then ensnares you with its curious beauty. Much like a Wormhole then. On speaking about the track, The Wormholes said “This song represents a meditative search for light in the most difficult of times.”

Enjoy ‘I Am The Moon’ below.

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