YAGOW: Bloom

Between psychedelic space rock and stoner rock heaviness, German trio, YAGOW, come forth with intricate subject matters and an accordingly expansive sound which compares to both the immensity of The Black Angels or Wooden Shjips and the grit of Kyuss. The band's splendid new track, Bloom, is part of their sophomore album, The Mess, which arrives on June 18th, 2021 through Crazysane Records.

Guitarist and vocalist, Jan Werner, lets us in on both the new song's intent, and the artistic visual which comes with it: "The song deals with a dream-like state of mind with seemingly incoherent text modules in an interdimensional place as can be found in the red room scene from Twin Peaks. The situation can be best described with the words of the original itself: 'Generally speaking earthly laws of physics did not necessarily apply within the red room as its arrangement could change from moment to moment making navigation or escape extremely difficult'. 

"Based on this the video was created by Keine Zeit Medien using video synthesizers. The video shows flowers that wither but played backwards. The audio signal triggers the playback speed which means that the sound makes the flowers bloom again! In addition another parameter determines the distortion/glitching of the images. To top it off everything is in a video feedback loop in which the images become increasingly liquid-like to the point of their dissolution. So now you know right?"

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