Next year Dutch band Klangstof will be dropping their sophomore album; The Noise You Make is Silent. Of course they dropped a new song “ New Congress, New Father” The song is a blend of Thom Yorke style vocals and Tyco styled music, together creating an strange and melancholic soundscape. Without a doubt the new song and the band itself is well worth multi-listens.
The process for The Noise You Make is Silent created a new outlook for the band:
“We wrote the music in LA in January 2018, which was a pretty hectic year for us as a band. I was dealing with a lot of stress and anxiety. I felt like I couldn’t create the album that people wanted me to create, and at a certain point I just lost all the confidence I once had. I started yelling and raging at people, just because I was terrified of everything. The only way to get out of it was to hit the reset button in my brain and start over again. That’s what this song is about.” – Ones to Watch
If you’ve never heard of Klangstof please check out the playlist we left below and give them a full listen, if you dig them, follow them on all their social media.
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Sarah Nichols lives and writes in Connecticut, and is the author of eight chapbooks, including She May Be a Saint (Porkbelly Press, 2019) and This is Not a Redemption Story (Dancing Girl Press, 2018.) Her work is forthcoming in the Twin Peaks poetry anthology, These Poems are Not What They Seem (Apep Publications, 2020) and her poems and essays have also appeared in Drunk Monkeys and Five:2:One Magazine.
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