‘Only the Machines’ starts with the bridge. A cosmic altercation, cast with contrasting whimsy and acceptance – the nastiness of the universe, curtailed into a sultry and jangly vision of sight and sound.
The song is the first single from debut album ‘Peaches’ (out now). American music band Sunglass Moustache delights your senses with delicate textures and schmeared drizzles in psychedelic and vibe-y 90s Brit-pop, Berlin era Bowie, and Neo-psychedelic maintenance. A prosaic island in rightly constructed lyrical whims and delightful manicure in emotional dilly-dally.
‘Only the Machines’ is about the destruction of all. It is the song about the crumbling walls of society. It is a song that supposes our potentialities, forgotten.
But with the party charms, the succulent contrasts, weave a sunshiny glow.
Oh the humanity.
Music was recorded at Cacophony Recorders in and Good Danny’s in Austin, Texas and was mixed and mastered by Erik Wofford (Black Angels, White Denim).