Amanita Bloom delivered their latest full-length Neither the Sea Nor the Land at the beginning of this year, and as 2014 comes to a close, the Montreal band have a brand new track to share.
Describing their sound as one that combines "punk upbringings, psychedelia, folk songwriting aesthetics and a longing for the youthful sadness of the early American bluesmen," the band explore a darker side on "Some Tragic Darling."
The song was recorded back in September, with work on the video just wrapping up. "Some Tragic Darling" tells a grisly murder tale, so it's not surprising that frontman Etienne Morin calls it the group's most "powerful and intense" work to date.
The clip itself delivers eerie, ghost-like black and white footage of the band's recording session that pairs well with the ominous tune. -- Exclaim!
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