Sea Stacks, ‘Glassy-Eyed’

We love a slow burning, atmospheric track and the new track ‘Glassy-Eyed’ from Sea Stacks – released this very day – does not disappoint.

Full of weird and wonderful trips and turns, it’s a blend of orchestral folk and electronic effects that slowly builds into an effective, discordant crescendo before paring back and building again. The dynamic touch is brilliant.

The creation of London artist Davy Berryman, this is Sea Stacks’ third release, a treatise on love and loss ‘through the metaphor of drowning’. Melancholic but beautiful, it’s available from all good (and evil) download stores today.

 

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