Debauched underground figures Phobophobes return with new single ‘Mono Into Stereo’.
As a live act, Phobophobes exude menacing ambition, with their music bubbling out over any barriers placed in their way.
Sadly, live music is largely off the cards right now, but thankfully the group’s studio output is a thick, potent elixir.
New single ‘Mono Into Stereo’ is out on April 16th as a digital single, with new album ‘Modern Medicine’ set to follow on May 25th.
‘Mono Into Stereo’ encapsulates the barbed charm of Phobophobes, taking its root – a rambunctious folk song – and turning it into a Brutalist noise structure.
Frontman Jamie Bardolph Taylor comments…
“This one started with the feeling of a folk song, really. It’s a bit of a tour through people and places in memory, which can feel a bit hallucinatory for me. The words were meant to give a sense of forward motion and movement – more so than the music. But it’s all in keeping with that feeling of nostalgia that runs throughout the album.”
We’re able to share the video before anyone else – check out ‘Mono Into Stereo’ below.
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