By Staff on March 11, 2013
Last time we checked in with Tape Deck Mountain, they were making their signature experimental tunes in San Diego. Now, they identify as a Brooklyn band despite their beginnings in San Diego. With their new EP, Slow Salvation, they take us with them on their journey from the sunny west coast to the chillier east coast with emotionally charged tracks. Slow Salvation is due out on March 12th and it's chock full of dark, atmospheric tracks and ends on a hopeful note.
We're excited to present to you the premiere of their latest single "Suicide 1997" for your listening pleasure!
The EP's artwork is the famed Voyager Golden Record: the phonograph record containing sounds and images of humanity that was launched into deep space. The cover fits "Suicide 1997" and the rest of the tracks to a T. With warbled noises, a haunting hum in the background, and echoing vocals, "Suicide 1997" feels like a voyage into the final frontier.
Download the track here!