Freshly reunited rockers The Mars Volta are again with one other new tune referred to as “Graveyard Love.” Take heed to the one forward.
Like “Blacklight Shine,” earlier than it, “Graveyard Love” present Mars Volta have returned from their decade-long hiatus with fairly a distinct vibe. The monitor is a mesh of buzzing, pulsing electronics and synths, a vocal loop lower all through as taut drums sustain beneath all of it. “You higher stroll behind me, stroll behind me once more,” sings Cedric Bixler-Zavala in a voice that’s each sorrowful and pleading. “What number of instances have we burnt all of it down?/ Plumes of smoke, name it graveyard love/ Stroll behind me, stroll these hallways once more.”
“They are going to search your damage, and burn your lands, as a result of if they will’t have you ever, nobody can,” Bixler-Zavala stated of the tune’s lyrics in a press launch.