When it comes to discovering new music, you’ll find that some tracks you listen to, yet every once in a while, you will find a track that completely devours you. Which is exactly the same kind of grip (Silence) had on me with their latest single At the End.
Explaining just how the futuristic up and coming Indie outfit managed to do that before the first verse had even ran through would be like breaking the aurally alchemic spell which they have cast over their prodigally inspired soundscapes.
As the track unfolds your attention twists between the pensively sublime vocal offering as each verse draws you into the narrative of the track just a little deeper and the decadently synergetic mix of acoustic and electronic instrumentals. If you could imagine a cross over between Mumford and Sons, Interpol, 1975, and My Bloody Valentine you might be able to get an idea of the decadently blissful soundscapes created by (Silence).
Review by Amelia Vandergast