London alt-rock quartet Neuromantics comfort the disturbed with their blistering second single
“The song delves into the notion of breaking free from the undesirable yet omnipresent chains of apprehension which cause us to lose our sense of self, our direction, our purpose, and ultimately drive us to become invisible”
‘Invisible’ channels the alienation of modernity into three minutes of intricately woven guitar lines, emotive vocals, pulsating bass and reverberating drum beats. Frontman Daniel Pye says “we’ve all experienced varying degrees of insecurity and discontent in our lives. As innately curious beings we constantly debate our paths and priorities in an ongoing internal battle to overcome the reality of our present moment and become who we think we can be.” ‘Invisible’ is the follow-up to the band’s acclaimed debut single ‘Solaris’. The accompanying music video cuts between the faces of ordinary people from diverse backgrounds all united in their personal struggle to realise themselves through the hurdles and demands of a quotidian life in constant flux. It’s a poised and masterly second single from a group who have thought deeply about what they want to say in their music. With canny melodies and an undeniable musical chemistry on display, ‘Invisible’ sounds like the work of veterans. It’s a thrilling and thought-provoking second single from a group who have a lot to offer.
Neuromantics are a four-piece alt-rock band from London. They consist of Daniel (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Andrew (guitar/keyboards), Daniel (bass/vocals) and Edgars (drums). Originally hailing from various corners of the globe, they were brought together by a myriad of interlinked events which fortuitously lead to their convergence as Neuromantics.
They each bring to the table a wealth of experience from their previous musical endeavours, channeling it through a range of genres and styles, to present an enchanting and idiosyncratic alt-rock sound which fuses pensive lyricism with impassioned vocals, seductive hooks, and hard-hitting rhythms. The group have taken their captivating live show through a host of renowned London venues and are eager to play further afield as they prepare to release a string of singles in support of their upcoming debut album Crimes of Passion.
It was recorded at Puzzle Factory Sound Studios with producer Dax Liniere, and mastered by Sean Diggins. With praise around the group mounting, Crimes of Passion is set to put them on the map this year as they make it a decisive and instrumental moment in their budding career together.
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