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Prism

on Mother

by Cold Beat

First Played: 01/11/2020 03:11 AM
Last Played: 03/28/2022 01:12 AM
Total Plays: 68
 

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  • Atticus : 03/28/2022 01:12 AM
    I listened to this song relentlessly when it came out, I would blast it late at night and dance around my living room when my roommates were gone
  • Troy Nelson : 11/23/2021 07:06 AM
    Wound tight with an energy that ricochets from one song into the next, 'Mother' was made while frontperson Hannah Lew (formerly of indie trio Grass Widow) was pregnant and considering the chaotic conditions of the world she was bringing a new human into. If we consider 'Mother' an artistic style guide through space and time, the framework Cold Beat provide is overcast by design but focused in execution; locked-in drums and synths with choir-like melodies high above it all. “I found myself trying to describe our earth to a new human who had never been here,” says Lew. “It was a bleak year to be pregnant, but I was simultaneously filled with so much love and hope at the same time. I remember feeling a sense of wanting to show my whole range of self to this new person I was about to meet. In past albums, I sometimes held my artistic self in an ethereal place, but I found myself wanting to be very much on this earth and grounded during the creation of this record.” This made Troy's top 10 of 2020! https://kexp.org/read/2020/12/12/2020-top-ten-list-spotlight-troy-nelson/ More music here: https://coldbeatsf.bandcamp.com/album/mother
  • Atticus : 10/22/2021 01:56 AM
  • Troy Nelson : 10/21/2021 12:20 PM
    Wound tight with an energy that ricochets from one song into the next, 'Mother' was made while frontperson Hannah Lew (formerly of indie trio Grass Widow) was pregnant and considering the chaotic conditions of the world she was bringing a new human into. If we consider 'Mother' an artistic style guide through space and time, the framework Cold Beat provide is overcast by design but focused in execution; locked-in drums and synths with choir-like melodies high above it all. “I found myself trying to describe our earth to a new human who had never been here,” says Lew. “It was a bleak year to be pregnant, but I was simultaneously filled with so much love and hope at the same time. I remember feeling a sense of wanting to show my whole range of self to this new person I was about to meet. In past albums, I sometimes held my artistic self in an ethereal place, but I found myself wanting to be very much on this earth and grounded during the creation of this record.” https://coldbeatsf.bandcamp.com/album/mother
  • Atticus : 09/17/2021 02:28 AM

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