MONOMYTH – ” Happy Pop Family “

Posted: January 1, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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From walking around town to putting your foot through a wall, this new track from Halifax’s Monomyth is told from a minimalist’s point of view, with each verse building on the common factor of “looking for a place to go.” It feels to me like watching food-coloured milk being hit with dish soap (don’t lie, you’ve done this before): a beautiful mess of opposites, constantly swaying, waving and tumbling between intentionally harmonious guitar riffs. Unconventional, yet completely satisfying build-ups lead from one scene to the next. Monomyth gives you something to think about with every song the band writes, and with “Re:Lease Life (Place 2 Go),” it gives you a reason to sit down, and truly enjoy four minutes and 48 seconds. Look out for Monomyth’s new album, Happy Pop Family, out via Mint Records .


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