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Listen to gods epic track “Wash” + catch Parlor Mob at Asbury Park’s Indian Summer Fest





Listen to gods epic track “Wash” + catch Parlor Mob at Asbury Park’s Indian Summer Fest

At the end of 2016, psychedelic rockers gods released the first new tracks since their outstanding debut EP Endless Stunner (reviewed on The Deli here).  Epic track “Wash” (streaming below) builds off the lyrical hook “I got a feeling that I can’t believe.”  Exotic sounding guitar parts set a middle-eastern sitar vibe - or is that really a sitar? A powerful, droney bass, slashing cymbals and stomping drums conjure up an image of a caravan marching across mystical desert landscapes.  Deliberate and methodical, elaborate progressive instrumental sections reveal a tight interplay.  “Wash away this light that shines on me” becomes the emotional takeaway, as a dominant guitar lick mingling with whooshy rising synth rushes concludes this journey.  While gods have no live dates listed at the moment, parent band The Parlor Mob (which include a number of the same members) will headline the Saturday portion of Asbury Parks upcoming Indian Summer Fest next month. - Dave Cromwell

Published: August 04, 2017 |

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