THE Undiscovered Glasgow four-piece are back with an incredibly difficult to pronounce single entitled ‘Kangerlussuaq’.
‘Kangerlussuaq’ [gang-er-loose-sue-arc] (not sure if that pronunciation breakdown helps at all) is available now to stream on SoundCloud and is set for release digitally and, interestingly, on cassette from May 4th.
Earths are Jamie Cameron (guitar, synth, vocals), Euan McPherson (drums, sampler), Ali Brian (guitar, vocals) and Johnny White (bass) and since forming in 2012 have released debut EP Tragedy Of Process (2014) and gigged relentlessly.
Tragedy Of Process mixes the best of their fuzzy Lo-Fi grit with clean folksy Frightened Rabbit vibes, ‘Kangerlassuaq’ however, is an entirely different animal.
Its ethereal falsetto whispers are reminiscent of Bon Iver’s For Emma, Forever Ago period and mix perfectly with the frantic indie jangle that later ensues.
Racing keys and uplifting guitar plucks provide a nice contrast and really shouldn’t go with the haunting vocals emitting from Cameron’s mouth.
Crisp percussion adds nice texture to the track, as the last thirty seconds explode into a cathartic burst of fuzz and Lo-Fi reverb we come to expect from Earths.
Download the track here from May 4th.
You can also catch Earths live on May 15th as they play Glasgow’s The Flying Duck to launch the single.
Earths have also released their debut music video for the track. Produced by Tom Swift, you can watch it below.