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Torso ‘Boxster’ : Bad-ass poetry. Bad-ass life’s travels – granted and accepted.

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“This song is written from the perspective of my car seat while considering everything i see out the window, and hear on the radio,” said the band.

We’d said of Torso: “A spoken word delight, the words stack with absolute perfection, as they reverberate through the melancholic vibes of Tristan’s almost nihilistic vocals. Don’t get confused though… At a granular level, we are shook by circumstances, and sometimes it takes time to adjust. ‘Valentine’ is that moment of hurdle, still loving, as it will be in a different chapter of this grand ol’ scheme.”

TORSO is a two piece band from Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK. Songs are low-fi chill, and include melodramatic themes and self deprecating humor. The Torso drummer is actually a drum-kit that plays itself, designed by Tristan.

Like someone said before: “Life is a highway, I wanna ride it all night long…”

Another: “It’s like that, and that’s the way it is.”

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A remote performance for IGTV.

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