July 4, 2022

Subsequent month, Editrix are releasing a brand new album, Editrix II: Editrix Goes To Hell, the follow-up to their 2021 debut Inform Me I’m Unhealthy. They shared “One Truck Gone” once they introduced it, and at this time they’re again with the album’s second single, the sludgy and disorienting “Hieroglyphics.” “I attempt to escape private hells by them intently and in nice element,” the group’s Wendy Eisenberg mentioned in a press release, persevering with:

One in all my private hells is writing lyrics, particularly after I know folks I do know will hear me sing them. After I wrote the lyrics to Hieroglyphics, I wished to element the way it feels to write down a tune when I’m at my most self-critical through the course of. That is an ultra-meta, extremely self-conscious dig at how writing can cut up your self into two components and people two cut up components can threaten to eat one another alive. Even when a tune is making sense, or vibrating like poetry vibrates, we run this danger. I don’t assume all hells are different folks. A lot of the hells I’ve skilled are the results of solitary, round ideas, the type that make an individual assault themselves, whereas claiming they’re serving to them achieve a type of readability. This tune is a dispatch from that place.

Hear beneath.

Editrix II: Editrix Goes To Hell is out 6/3 through Exploding In Sound.

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