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Posted March 22, 2018 by Mike Mineo in Rock
 
 

Auramancer – “Tree of Love”

With an audible fondness for ’90s alternative in the vein of A Perfect Circle, Belgian act Auramancer impress on the track “Tree of Love”. Auramancer is a project influenced by the grunge and alternative scene of the early ’90, fronted by Blaede, a Belgian musician, singer and songwriter. Along with some childhood friends, he formed the alternative rock band Auramancer in 2000, going on to record a 4-track demo before putting the band on hold in 2005. After forming the1984, touting a heavier feel, Blaede came back to Auramancer as his primary project.

“Tree of Love” is a highlight off Auramancer’s latest release, the EP The only way to fail…, which can be streamed in full here. The track picks up at 01:08, when the guitars pick up in prominence — then giving way to a twinkling interlude that serves as a nice mid-point separation. It’s a stellar effort from a stellar EP.

Check out the track’s music video below:

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