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Cola – Pallor Tricks

Cola – Pallor Tricks

Cola, the Montreal-based indie-rock band, has dropped “Pallor Tricks,” a track that smartly encapsulates the band’s evolving sonic identity. This lead single from their forthcoming album, “The Glass,” features Tim Darcy’s clever manipulation of sound, weaving together dissonant guitar riffs and a dynamic bassline that command attention. The addition of a delicate, almost ethereal flute offers a striking contrast to the gritty texture of the music, illustrating Darcy’s flair for blending the unexpected into his compositions.

The track is a showcase of Darcy’s thematic ambition as well, drawing inspiration from the surreal nature of reality TV sets, which he describes as “hyper-real.” This influence is palpable in the energetic and complex arrangement of “Pallor Tricks,” which mirrors the often chaotic and exaggerated emotional landscapes of its televisual muse. Cola’s music continues to evolve, presenting a richer, more layered auditory experience that challenges and delights.

The single not only marks an exciting phase in Cola’s artistic journey but also sets the tone for “The Glass,” promising an album that delves deep into the nuances of modern existence and media’s impact on our perception of reality. It’s a bold statement from a band that’s not afraid to experiment and push the boundaries of the indie-rock genre.

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