Oslo indie pop four-piece Das Body continue to capture their odd pop sensibilities with 10-track collection True Vulture, showcasing their vivid sonic tapestry with intricate lyricism that picks at our brains.
From the atmospheric keys of opener “Ain’t got nothing for you,” swirling with a sense of hopelessness in love to the pulsing and groovy “Ordah,” the album sets itself up as a rich, dreamy and powerful sonic experience.
Then comes the tantalising styling of “ Baby, you know I’m a stranger,” which manages to be uber catchy yet hauntingly ethereal all at once before the production takes an experimental route with rock-tinged “You look so pretty when you’re on your knees,” and cinematic “No love will shine one me,” to offer up a compelling narrative replete with urgency and a sense of impending doom.
The kind of album that keeps us on our toes from first notes till last, Das Body's genre-blended musicality stands tall as a testament to the power of connection and creativity as they continue to uplift and connect with us.
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