British shoegaze outfit Kult Country are set to release their latest single, “Trembling Moon”, on June 30th via No Self Records. The 7-inch comes almost exactly a year after their debut single, the moody and dissonant “Slowburn” b/w “Amongst the Dead Forever”. Still, despite being a band for less than two years, Kult Country have already made plenty of ground by sharing bills with the likes of Dinosaur Jr., A Place To Bury Strangers, and Wooden Shjips.
Kult Country’s youth is hardly apparent on “Trembling Moon”, which feels like a lost relic from My Bloody Valentine‘s heyday. Guitar tones warp and sway ethereally over a pensive, thudding bass line. Frontman Yousif Al-Karaghouli’s reverb drenched vocals are difficult to discern, but there’s still an nostalgic longing in his distant voice.
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