Premiere: Kalacoma share the mesmerising title track from their forthcoming EP, Knives
The group launch said EP on November 12.
Header photo by Nikki Williams.
Last we heard (or saw rather) from Melbourne's Kalacoma was the stunning video clip for their single, Kaleidoscoper. If you haven't seen it yet, do yourself a favour and check out the Johnathon Glazer-inspired clip HERE, and then come back to another taste from their forthcoming EP Knives, its title track.
Another prime example of the group's thought-provoking, textured take on avant garde/alternative pop, it feels distant yet accessible, with off-kilter time signatures and the haunting vocals of Nick Herrera making for a fantastic almost-5 minutes of music.
The EP will showcase the band's vast skillset, from writing and music production to the development of their own film clips and artwork, with Knives' packshot based around a box of images they discovered in an abandoned, flood-damaged house a number of years ago:
They launch Knives at the Workers Club in Melbourne on Novmeber 12 with special guests TBA, until then enjoy the title track below: