Indian Wells offered the new single off of the upcoming Friends of Friends album Where the World Ends (available September 8) who guides us through the wind chime wormhole with a sort of focused, tunnel vision point of purpose. A plethora of breathy keys percolate beneath the surface of metal bell rhythm breezes that wave through some of the latest atmospheric & cinematic compositions from one of the electronic realm’s most underrated artists. Indian Wells’ own Pietro Iannuzzi provided us with the following exclusive prologue to Where the World Ends:
Where The World Ends channels feelings of geographical, social and political isolation formed from borders both ageless and imposed.
“It’s Where The World Ends” brews & percolates with field sounds stewed in a soup of electronically engineered & organically found & structured sounds. The sweeping section of cinematic synths rush forward like a rogue wave hell bunt on earth consumption as those aforementioned clusters of chimes & beat suites carry the action onward. The feeling of your favorite disaster films are exhibited here with a sense of clear & present dangers that reflects a mirror image of our own tumultuous world.
Indian Wells’ new album Where the World Ends will be available September 8 from Friends of Friends.