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Ivytide ‘Blurr’ : Groovin’ darkness, parodying slosh of emotional unfettered-ness.

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“‘Blurr’ is a bit of a new direction for us but really represents our sound going forward,” said Ivytide. “The song’s about how differences in perception can make you feel a bit less like yourself, and finding who you really are is something we’ve been trying to figure out for ourselves..”

Groovin’ darkness, parodying slosh of emotional unfettered-ness, ramble with the contemptuously indignant, as the palpitating glitter of it all, bubble into view. Dreamy, washed-out, emboldened, and crass, the sights of unseen venues, delight in uncertain terms.

Made up of Montreal, Canada based Nathan Gagné (vocals/guitar), Kyle Ruggiero (bass) and Jamie Snytte (guitar), ‘Blurr’ is the first single off their upcoming EP.

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