“‘Screen’ is a noisy song about social media and the difficulty to find honesty and sincerity online,” said Misha Ostrov. “Raw, post-punk riffs and distorted vocals reflect the frustration and contradictions we all feel within our relationship with social media.”
A radical insurgence of feelings and shown radiation is where Misha’s single and energies lie. The visceral vocals, drench you with classic indie generations, flooding your thoughts and memories with narrations of beauty in oddity and staggered invigoration.
There’s very little more that needs to be said about ‘Screen’, as it hits all of its aims, and wills with effortless grit and alt-pop darkness. It’s fabulous and maybe even perfect as it is. With influences from Pavement to Molchat Doma and Shame, the artist with the audible aroma, kicks it to new heights with this single.
The anticipation is high.
Looking forward to his upcoming EP.