Since the release of their second LP, Doze, last October, Delay Trees have been slowly pricking up ears, garnering positive reviews in blogosphere and publications around the globe. After releasing the album’s longest track, “Pause” – an eight plus minutes of sonic roller coaster journey and the harmonious, pensive ode ,“HML” (QRO review), the Finnish quartet announces the third single from Doze: “Future” – musically the most dynamic, but singer/guitarist Rami Vierula detains the lyrics idiosyncratically somber: “ Future it’s not you that I’m missing, you always look too sad”. Perhaps, sometime soon, Delay Trees will miss the future.
Stream “Future” here:
The video for “Future”, which provides an anecdote to the bleak song, premiered over at Under the Radar: