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The Gloomies

Stream The Gloomies' groovingly recollective "Sideways"

Memories have a way of shifting and transfiguring the past, creating picture shows in the mind that, while fictionalized, are still “based on a true story.” Such mental Kodaks inform the track “Sideways” by NYC-based the Gloomies, a collection of acid-bathed footnotes, rife with recollections of black lights and clear perfumes. It’s a fitting tune given the Gloomies’ recent relocation to Brooklyn from Southern California that the first single from the project's forthcoming LP Romance would be a psych-pop yarn from their last summer; crunchy vox and meandering guitars abound on this track, placing it squarely between the sounds of artists like Ariel Pink and the thematic overtones of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice. Listen to this tastefully far-out track below. —Connor Beckett McInerney


The Gloomies go on a pleasant retreat on new single "Space"

The Gloomies just capped off a couple of West Coast dates, which does bode well for the potentiality of new material around the corner. But in the meantime, the indie-pop duo set their sights on the new year with a chilly turn to escapism in the form of new single "Space." Joined by Madeline Follis of Cults, the seraphic track incorporates a hazy swirl of electronic textures that paint the sky like a soft oil canves. Its delicate musical composition inspires one to quell the stress during these cold, wintry months.

"Space" is out now on all streaming platforms. Juan Rodríguez



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