'Imposter Syndrome', the new single from Solcura arrives with a seething storm of biting lyrics, thundering rhythms and furious guitars that has been harnessed into a four-minute barn burner of a tune that sticks two fingers at the establishment.
Calling out to anyone who wants to express anger at the unjust, corrupt and shady arenas of 21st century political systems and modern economies, the single builds to a crescendo with an otherworldly hypnotic chant, surely the
calm before the storm. Whipping up a frenzy of potent imagery through stinging lyricism and heavy as hell riffs that sound like a fusion of grunge and lingering nu metal, it's a song purpose-built to deliver a bold expressive moment.
Solcura are an exhilarating alternative rock band from the UK, bringing a genre-melding and diverse soundscape to the fore that encompasses the melodic to melancholy, acoustic to hard rock, breakneck punk to skull pounding grunge anthems. The band independently released their self-produced debut album 'Serotonin' in 2021, played the New Blood Stage at Bloodstock the same year and have supported bands such as Pulled Apart By Horses and Palm Reader.
The band are set to unleash a new five track EP titled ‘A Eulogy for Wasted Time’later in the year, with the first three singles from this EP, 'Keep It Close', 'God Now', and 'I Am Weak' already being well received. This EP is undoubtably their heaviest and darkest material to date, drawing on a host of inspiration brought about through the malaise of covid, distrust in 21st century new world order, disinformation and personal introspection.
The record was again recorded and self-produced by the band, thenmixed and mastered by the expert hand of Paul Visser, of The Recording Studio London and UK progressive metal band Black Orchid Empire.
The highlight of their live shows so far has to be playing the New Blood Stage at Bloodstock, where the compere introduced them as the heaviest band of the weekend (after a Harry throw away line to him) and Dan probably became the first guitar player to ever play that particular heavy metal festival with a six string sunburst Strat and a tweed amp.
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