Posted December 17, 2019 by Mike Mineo in Dream-Pop + Shoegaze

Still – “Forever Undone” + “Asleep”

Los Angeles-based act Still impressed this past summer with the tracks “Divinity” and “Control,” both showing a melodic vein of post-punk and dream-pop with an aesthetic reminiscence to Wild Nothing, The Smiths, and the like.

Both of those tracks, and two new ones, appear on the band’s recently released, self-titled EP. Among the new tracks is “Forever Undone,” which builds from a stirring intro with pit-patter percussion and twangy guitar/bass alignment. “Asleep” is the other new track, featuring a melodic, yearning guitar tone with the nostalgic post-punk allure the band has firmly established thus far.

Stream the EP in its entirety below:

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