Premiere: Vissac - Prosaic

Premiere: Vissac - Prosaic

Take an early listen to the hazy and impressively articulated new single from this Walyalup collective.

Image credit Robin Bottrell  

When it comes to jazz ladended prog-rock, Walyalup/ Fremantle collective Vissac find a way to effortlessly fuse their daring sounds into an engaging modern context, breathing new life into instrumental music. Releasing their single Lumpfish Caviar earlier this year, which you can read more about here, the group continue to reveal their finely tuned ear for melody and impressive musical abilities with their brand new track; Prosaic, premiering here today before its official release tomorrow. 

With a warm swell of keys and a feel-driven beat that moves in perfect harmony with soulful bass rhythms, saxophone and synth melodies converse with one another to create the narrative of Prosaic. Hazy and unpredictable yet very precise and purposeful in nature, the track is an intriguing and enjoyable trip that contradicts its title of lacklustre, described by Vissac themselves as “relaxing and jazzy with some unexpected twists and turns, the single encapsulates everything the band is about.”

Out across streaming services tomorrow with an accompanying single launch gig at Mojo’s Bar Fremantle, be sure to get acquainted with the ethereal experience that is Vissac’s Prosaic right now below. 

Vissac 'Prosaic' Single Launch

Thursday 27th October - Mojo's Bar Walyalup/ Fremantle 

Tickets on sale now


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