More Ephemerol: Cult Classics

LA act, More Ephemerol, reinvent themselves as a synthpop duo by shifting their approach from the lone experimental compositions of Sea Fjerstad, previously released on the 2015 LP, Fractal Bath, to a more resolute sound with the addition of Tamara Sky on vocals.

The band cite influence from early minimal wave acts such as Cabaret Voltaire, Experimental Products, The Modern Mannequins, Turquoise Days, Oppenheimer Analysis, and early Human League, and deliver a new single which sounds just like that; raw, direct and full of analog synth distinction, concurrently quirky and accessible.

"Cult Classics discusses the human desire to be accepted into groups of individuals who we feel completely outside of, or invisible to," the band describe. "The lyrics focus on intrigue and the raw sort of vulnerability within this rather universal desire."

Cult Classics was recorded and mixed with Matia Simovich, and it's out now through Blank City Records.

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