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The Rûah ‘Mirror’ : Tingling harmonies that grind you into powder of remaining knowledge and angsts.

The Rûah

Russian band The Rûah originate from the village of Krasny Yar/Samara. And when a few years ago, while frozen from life in Russian reality, the band was inspired by shoegaze and pop music. This resulted in two school fellows deciding to write for what they impassioned.

Off of the LP ‘Well, This Shall Pass Too’, the trio demonstrates a beautifully grunge and garage sensibility within a shoegaze existence in ‘Mirror’. The diabolically reticent vibes of the single is gritty, conjunctive, and rasps with the spine tingling harmonies that grind you into powder of remaining knowledge and angsts.

The debut album is as equally complete with the vibrance of The Cure and The Pixies, the rousing articulation of each song, rounds out with pertinent emotive extracts and poetic sadness.

So. Very. Good.

Dig it.

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