A Place To Bury Strangers: Playing The Part

The unveiling of single and video, Playing The Part, constitutes Hologram, the latest EP by A Place to Bury Strangers, a record whose all tracks have made enticing and engaging individual releases. With all five tracks out as singles, Hologram is definitely one of 2021 finest EPs, and Playing The Part marks a rather melodious moment for New York's notorious noise makers.

Playing The Part sees Oliver Ackermann delivering a superbly warm vocal which verges on dark crooner territory, bridging the gap between Lee Hazlewood and The Gun Club. The song comes with a video directed by Heather Bickford who also stars in it, filmed in a historic house in Flagstaff, Arizona. The scenery's vintage character becomes a perfect match to the music's mood, and APTBS once again leave a strong impression in an inherent and effortless manner.

The band have also announced the release of the upcoming Hologram: Destroyed & Reassembled remix release for Record Store Day, including Girl Band, Penelope Isles, Do Nothing, Bodega, Weeping Icon, Ganser, Ceremony East Coast as well as the rest of the Dedstrange roster.

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