Forward-thinking Post-Punk Art Rock collective Cosmopolis cook a bitches brew of unfiltered, scathing lyricism, gutsy social commentary, and swaths of Gothic Rock, Post-Rock, Prog, Electronica and Lofi sounds on new single “Parasite”. Cosmopolis don’t just inhabit a uniquely dark and enigmatic space along the musical spectrum; the revel in it. With influences ranging from Swans, Nick Cave, Joy Division and Massive Attack to the ever-influential Pink Floyd, this is music geared towards a visceral experience for the listener. Music Mayhem Magazine credited the band with ‘major Radiohead and David Bowie vibes’, describing their music as ‘unapologetically dark music and belief that the power of music can influence emotions, behaviors, and morals.’
With members hailing from Belgium, Australia and England, this international trio unite to forge a wailing banshee of sonic havoc greater than the sum of it’s parts. “Parasite” finds Cosmopolis further showcasing their ability to balance layers of dissonance and chaos with disarming honesty and, yes, beauty.
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