Virgins: d i s a p p e a r e r

Belfast's Virgins have just unveiled their stellar debut album, nothing hurt and everything was beautiful, out through Blowtorch Records. The new record sees them delving into a wide array of sounds, finely shifting from the dreamy realms of shoegaze and dreampop to the irresistible energy of a more upbeat approach, all while maintaining the ethereal grandness which defines their artistic vision.

One of the standout tracks from the album is d i s a p p e a r e r, which exhibits the band's knack for composing irresistible melodicism. It's an overall buoyant number, gradually unfolding into a poignant exploration of the beauty found within moments of idleness. With enchanting vocals, soaring guitars, and commanding drums, the track emerges as a vivid and colorful addition to the album's overarching charm.

d i s a p p e a r e r is typified by Virgins' shoegaze-based guitars and expansive lead melodies, once again highlighting the band's affinity for a magnetic gaze-pop sound.

Band photo by @ebony_alexander_media

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