Com Truise “Polyhurt”
At the beginning of February, we told you about the forthcoming full-length album by the […]
At the beginning of February, we told you about the forthcoming full-length album by the sci-fi-lovin’ bedroom producer known as Com Truise, called Galactic Melt. Still a ways off from seeing that record, we’re going to be treated to the three-song Fairlight EP on May 3, courtesy of releasing label Ghostly. None of those homegrown, electro-tinged tunes come from Truise’s aforementioned debut LP, and yet they do trick of tiding us over until it arrives. Take the hyper-compressed “Polyhurt,” where ’80s-inspired sonic motifs are infused with fresh compositional ideas and a reinvigorated soul, one that emanates as much heartache as neon glow. It’ll certainly be enough to satiate our nostalgic urges until Com Truise unveils Galactic Melt on July 5.