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The Parlor, ‘Serpentine,’ is a smooth and sultry step into lo-fi shoegaze rock



THE PARLOR

Serpentine

New York, United States




The latest release from The Parlor, ‘Serpentine,’ is a smooth and sultry step into lo-fi shoegaze rock that you absolutely need in your life. The backing has that funk. The bass pops with the beat, keeping it simple but oh-so-perfect. Once the vocals slide in the textures begin to play. Synth in the back, crunchy and raw, the guitar is slapped with layers of chorus so heavy it's angelic. The chorus bites, multi-part harmonies set the song on fire. It burns pink hot like potassium. The song takes it up a notch, but it's still chill, actively cool. The second wave of sound sends you off into a dream, the crunch leads your way home if you ever want to go back.


You never want to go back.


‘Serpentine’ caught me off guard. I wasn’t expecting so much colour to burst from the song; it’s a gusher of tone and emotion. The Parlor have created a standout single that you simply cannot miss.



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