The Philadelphia band Doll Spirit Vessel are releasing their debut album, What Stays, in a pair weeks. We highlighted “One thing Small” from it earlier this month, and right this moment they’re again with the album’s title monitor. It’s a fairly, slippery rock tune that locks into focus as Kati Malison sings about missing type. “I’m considering shapeless ideas about intimacy/ About limitless want/ About moments/ Moments of peace.” Right here’s how Malison framed the monitor:
You get up on a Tuesday and might’t recall waking up final Tuesday, and even yesterday. You may barely convey into focus the wisps of a dream you simply wakened from. All of us lose the current second because it immediately, eternally, and ceaselessly vanishes. All of us neglect, and all of us keep in mind issues otherwise than they really have been. Worst of all, nonetheless warped our personal recollections, we’re infinitely much less in a position to inhabit the experiences of others, previous and current. ‘What Stays’ was one of many final songs I wrote for this album— it grieves the lack of each my very own life because it passes, and the lives of the individuals I like, which I can by no means come shut sufficient to understanding.
Watch a video for it beneath.
What Stays is out 8/12 through Disposable America. Pre-order it right here.