Symphonic Pictures – Feathers

Posted: May 29, 2012 in Introducing, Single reviews
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Feathers by Symphonic Pictures is like a snapshot of sad 60’s cinematography; an old retro film reels, imaginary moving pictures flutter before your eyes, black and white polaroids imprint on your retina, credits queue. Achieved via a trio of nostalgia-inducing guitar twangs, soothing vocals and metal-clattering drums, Feathers is a lo-fi lament of pastimes, childhood and long-lost relatives. As raw, pure & obscure as anything Joy Division ever put out, Feathers is a treasure to behold in an era of generic rock. A truly inspirational piece of classical symphony, courtesy of an act with an apt name.

 

Published by The Monograph.

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