There was no forgetting the masterfully bluesy melancholy contained in Disparate Souls latest EP “Poetry of Reason”, off the heels of the success with the EP they’re back, and they’re seemingly on a mission to make sure that your heartstrings feel suitably yanked. Their latest single “Victim on the Hill” is about as cheery as the title suggests, but for anyone with a penchant of cathartic aural lachrymose soundscapes, prepare to be as enamoured as we were.
Any fans of the pensively mesmerising allure of artists such as Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, Jeff Buckley and Joni Mitchell are sure to appreciate Victim on the Hill – which may just be their best single yet.
Given the extended duration, you get plenty of time to truly invest in this single which invites you to share in a quaint yet mournful tonality which will stick with you for long after the track fades out.
You can check out Disparate Souls’ latest single Victim on the Hill for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Review by Amelia Vandergast