Slither into being. Bend like water. Assume the unexpected. The roll of the mind, in a world that acclimates to the role of the heart, tries its best to deal with reason. A reasonable task that is monstrous in ask, and always offers a challenge of a gargantuan kind. Tasks and questions of the heart is hard. It’s mysterious and never resolved. It haunts with a seemingly never ending perseverance, but never ever reveals where it will lead you next.
Lost. And hungry for love. You lounge in the sun-lit sky of this barren steppes. Lurching for the next well of quenching water.
Boyish is a project of India Shore and Claire Altendhal. They released their debut album Carnation under ‘The Blue’ and were nominated for an Independent Music Award for Best Alt-Country Album.
With vibes that are large as her eyes, and an emotional lurch as expansive as the Universe, the single ‘zodiac killer’ relives the unthinkable, as the vibes of disorientation, looks at the steps of life and relationships. A prolonged allegory for the defiance and lurid viscosity of life, ‘zodiac killer’ offers the indie-rock instigation that we, viscerally, desire.
A trip, indeed.