British DIY three-piece Sheer Calm have released their latest single, “Copper Tongue.” It’s a thrashy, dynamic, lo-fi lark, featuring a sweet bass and drum combination and some fiery guitar riffage to boot. The vocals are noisy and melodic, oozing evil and inspired sonic energy.
In the song’s chorus is a catchy vocal melody followed by my favorite aspect of the song. Three-quarters of the way through “Copper Tongue,” there is an exhilarating breakdown of the song’s hard-hitting beat. Almost like an old Floyd groove, the instruments play against one another in sweet elasticity. That’s what made the tune really stand out for me. It’s so tight.
Listen and watch here: