Dead Patrons: Azargun

London's Dead Patrons release I, a new EP with five songs which was previously introduced with the fierce unease of the singles Lover and Nothing. The entire EP is packed with beautiful lyricism and a musicality which successfully straddles the line between a noise rock edge and a more approachable guitar-driven alt rock tone, and makes for a fine listen.

Azargun, the last song on the EP, is a rather somber song which builds gradually, enraptures the listener with its nuance and alternative rock elegance, and culminates in a big ending that more than justifies its five-minute ride.

Dead Patrons explain: "Azargun; a girls name and it means the colour of fire; the hottest part of the flame is the base, so this typically burns with a different colour to the outer edges or the rest of the flame body."

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