Bo Gritz: Stored In The Sky

London industrial/post punk trio, Bo Gritz, release new song Stored in The Sky, the follow up to the recent Observes and Selects. The new single is a frenzied battle of wild instrumentals and glitching samples which shows the band's forward looking attitude. 

Stored in The Sky, which channels the group's ingrained love of sound destruction, appears reminiscent of contemporary acts like LICE, Gilla Band, or Snapped Ankles at their most grotesquely industrial.

Bassist Benjamin Salt comments: “Another song that came quite early in the writing of Chroma; written under the Railway Tavern pub in Tulse Hill, recorded and mixed between Max's home studio and Hermitage Works. I really enjoy how the first 30 seconds is a quite jarring and abrasive sample track, before the song completely transforms into something far more accessible and groovy. The bassline in particular is a conscious attempt to bring a hip-hop aesthetic into the sound. Lyrically the song follows the same pattern to the rest of the album, using the cut up technique drawn from various sources and then rearranged to form a coherent structure. An oral collage if you will.

The single's release coincides with the announcement of the band's debut album, Chroma, which will be released on June 9th, 2023 by Glasshouse Records.

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