Mother Culture’s latest single ‘The Pretty Voices’ is gorgeous. From the self produced debut EP ‘To Be Frank’, the two brothers take psyche ingredients and propel the philosophy behind it with indie rock and pop urgings.
Both blissfully taunting and dutifully satisfying, ‘The Pretty Voices’ features the harmony of the duo with effervescent shimmer and undeniable closure of story.
The lyrics detail singer Darcy Ward’s struggles with mental health making the piece a deeply personal one that provides a window into a beautifully abstract world.
With Spencer Ward with him all the way through, the siblings with the knack for constructing resident vibes of truth and wonderment – collide your senses with virtual amity and love for the best of you.
Of men. Of women. Of humanity, in kind.
The warmth and posterity confirmed from the song, resists nothing against the winds of time and living. But in a sense, accelerates in accepting the whims of this world and pushes forth in a positive and charming beauty.
Mother Culture IS beauty.
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