Welsh-Singaporean act These Brittle Bones drops ambient instrumental offering ,“Postscript,” a shimmering synth-led production which is meant to capture the feel of a retrospective statement. The transportive track employs a hypnotic combination of hazy loops of synth with grounding piano to craft a futuristic slice of music that manages to convey emotions despite being lyric-less.
The musical project of Chris Jones, These Brittle Bones, makes a return to music after three years, finding his sound and tapping into it with confidence. Channelling his penchant for literature and poetry by converting it into atmospheric instrumentation, the vibrant tapestry of sounds makes for a limitless experience led by soothing melodies, unrestricted by words.
Encapsulating the experience of coming back to music, the emotive offering is self-described as being “beyond words,” as the producer and musician elevates the production with striking digital artwork from US artist Cale Peeples, weaving tranquillity and peace with potent nuances of classical music. Having spent the lockdowns of the past two years reflecting on his sonic journey, Jones seems to have found his musical purpose as These Brittle Bones and it shows up starkly on the intricate style of “Postscript.”