The fuzzily chromatic video captures the band’s gossamer shimmer.
“Endless Night,” the newest single from Philadelphia-based psych outfit Shadow Band‘s upcoming record, Wilderness of Love, seems to blossom out of the fertile annals of a folk era long since buried. Almost immediately, moist harmonies, laced by tambourine and guitar jangles, emanate from the song’s verdant core. But Shadow Band doesn’t sound like staid or stodgy 60’s formalists: “Endless Night” feels mossily organic, finally finished germanating. The fuzzily chromatic video testifies to a certain newness that the band maintains despite its revivalism, as vivid flowers inject, like the band themselves, a floral vigor into an old sound. On “Endless Night,” Shadow band brush off the cobwebs of an antiquated style but retain, elegantly, their gossamer shimmer.
Watch the video for “Endless Night” below. Wilderness of Love comes out February 24th via Mexican Summer and AdHoc is hosting the release show that day at Alphaville with Pat Noecker, Boon, and John Markowski.