Brum Notes Features Burning Alms
Local experimental noise outfit Burning Alms have unveiled their new single "So Unreal", which is accompanied by ‘B-side’, "The Pastoral".
The second and third songs to be uploaded since the band’s beginnings, the title-track is taken from their forthcoming debut album, 'In Sequence'.
Born into nightmares, a walking corpse of convenience, swirls of syntax collapse into the deep blue waters, the palm beach clean of this stucco scene’ begins "So Unreal" before galloping into a powerful off-kilter crescendo. Inspired by American novelist Billy Burroughs, it finishes with a soundbite before blurring into the delicately calm, "The Pastoral".
Download the two tracks from Burning Alms on Bandcamp.
Burning Alms play The Bull’s Head in Moseley on February 26 and a Teenage Cancer Trust fundraiser at Muthers studio on April 5.
Listen to the full release below:
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