Norway’s Tuvaband shares the new single “Full Mature Things”. Paired with her icy vocals, the single is a heightened piece of shoegaze that glistens throughout. Woven with placid guitar lines and a soothing backbeat, the melodic landscape portrays a glacial surrounding, drawing you in with its chilly atmosphere and leaving you breathless.
Tuvaband’s new album Growing Pains & Pleasures is out May 21st.
“This song is about letting go”, says Tuva. “It’s about accepting changes and letting go of the past to make space for the new, as a result of realising that fully mature things rot. The song covers everything from old and ingrained patterns of behavior and thoughts, both on a personal level and in a society’s social structure. This song might actually be my favourite song on the album. It definitely has my favourite drums; I think they’re funny and weird. When I programmed the drums, I tried to make a normal drum fill, but didn’t have much experience. In the end, the drummer, Kenneth Ishak, copied my “failed” attempt at doing the fills because it somehow sounded new and fresh, like something I hadn’t heard before”.
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