Holing Out, Thought Forms.

Holing Out, Thought Forms.

Wiltshire’s Thought Forms will, by nature, always function on the fringes, just as their beginnings in the more bucolic and woolly wilds of the South-West geographically detach them from the unendingly, and with that insufferably hurried bustle of London. However with the letting loose of latest single Only Hollow, the trio quite strikingly assimilate themselves (aurally at least) to that same frenzy and indeed more transparently, to Hole: Charlie Romijn’s insouciant vocal floats carefree over manic, siren-like squalls of guitar and clattered cymbal as at times the troupe sound as though they may veer off into that ravenous, and inherently fascinating vortex known only asĀ popular music. Thought Forms are of course considerably more innovatory than all that may suggest, and Only Hollow is but another visceral notch on an already ravaged bedpost but theirs is a three-poster we couldn’t urge you to squat upon strongly enough.

Only Hollow is lifted from Thought Forms’ forthcoming full-length Ghost Mountain, which is due February 25th via Invada.

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