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Posted January 11, 2022 by Mike Mineo in Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 
 

Mild Horses – “Suited”

Photo Credit: Rachel Leuw

From Mild Horses‘ new album Ignorance To Enlightenment And Back Again, “Suited” captivates with its textured rock pull. Heavy washes of dreamy guitars and a string-laden backing wandering intertwine, reminding of My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive. “You fix me up,” the vocals let out amidst a hypnotic bass line and and lush guitar swells. The track mesmerizes with a hazy rock enjoyment throughout, maintaining a consistent tonal warmness.

The project comes via Matthew Leuw, formerly involved with noise-pop act Crest, Brighton-based art-punk band Coin-op, and lo-fi electro-pop group 2 Hot 2 Sweat. With Mild Horses, Leuw incorporates some aesthetics from previous projects, all while offering something new entirely, evident on “Suited” and through Ignorance To Enlightenment And Back Again.

Stream the album in full, below:

“Suited” and other memorable tracks from last month can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of December 2021’ Spotify playlist.

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