Porcelain Pale’s Alma Martyr Is An Atmospheric Journey Into Your Own Head
Sometimes I just need to float away and get lost in my own head.
If you’re like me, the latest release from Porcelain Pale is just the ride to take you there.
The acceleration picks up speed quickly, launching from gossamer strings of golden piano before the steady hum of the engine is fully felt.
Out the window and inside your head clouds begin to gather. As you float from one white ball of vapor to the next, the world outside – black clouds and all – dissipates.
You’re left floating in the cerebral atmosphere, just you and the clouds.
Blending atmospheric surrealism with infectious grooves and analog tones, “Alma Martyr” is a climatic piece of experimental pop rock that drops you off far from where you started.
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Porcelain Pale counts Radiohead, Atoms For Peace, and Joy Division, among their influences. It’s evident in the stadium-sized vocals and driving guitar and rhythm that Porcelain Pale are setting their musical sights high, and delivering to effect.
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