Hailing from Brisbane, Australia, Pleasure Symbols have returned three years after their self-titled debut EP with their first full-length, Closer and Closer Apart.
Debut track "Dissociation," which Revolver is premiering today (April 29th), takes influence from flange-heavy post-punk a la Rudimentary Peni and the Cure's early years, while the band mixes in washes of dream pop to create a hallucinatory, hazy dreamscape of a backdrop for vocalist Jasmine Dunn to spin her dark tale.
Closer and Closer Apart track list
A3 Image Reflected
A4 Heavy Breathing
B1 Chain of Love
B2 Death and Between
B4 Swallow Whole