As previously reported, Omar RodrÃguez-Lópezs new project Bosnian Rainbows (also featuring Teri Gender Bender, Nicci Kasper, and Deantoni Parks) will release their self-titled, full-length debut on June 25th via Sargent House.
With this latest endeavor, RodrÃguez-López has moved away from the pounding post-rock he was known for with At the Drive-In and The Mars Volta, crafting “alternative pop” like the sensual “Torn Maps” and the dreamy “Turtle Neck”. With the album’s third single, “Morning Sickness”, RodrÃguez-López and Co. expand that formula to dizzying heights.
While Ms Gender Bender’s vocals sound as fragile and evocative as ever, the lads lay down this deliberate, hyper-inflated funk groove capped off by RodrÃguez-López’s guitar that sounds like a mythical serpent weaving through a cloud bank. But even with the sweltering sex appeal cranked to 11, the track subtly reveals cracks of post-rock grime and intensity, paying slight homage to RodrÃguez-López’s past while blazing a trail toward transcendent pop effervescence. Listen in below.
Bosnian Rainbows Tracklist:
03. Dig Right In Me
04. The Eye Fell In Love
05. Cry For You
06. Morning Sickness
07. Torn Maps
08. Turtle Neck
09. Always On The Run
11. Mother, Father, Set Us Free
Also watch Bosnian Rainbows’ recent interview with Rock it Out! Blog: