Friday, 18 October 2019

Ethereal Dream-Pop Band Me Not You Reveal The Title Of Their Next Song ‘America’


                                 Image: Shervin Lainez            

Me Not You have released their new single ‘America’. The song will appear on their debut album Already Gone, which will be released on November 8th. Their previous single ‘I Should Know Better’ premiered on Clash Magazine to an abundance of support from respected publications like Billboard, Stereogum, The Line Of Best Fit, Noisey, Earmilk and plenty of others. They have accumulated nearly 6 million Spotify streams and landed at #1 on Hype Machine Charts, not once, but twice.

Straight out of New York, Me Not You is Eric Zeiler and Nikki Taylor. The duo have created an ethereal garage-pop sound. Following the success of their two previous EP’s Reckoning and Reckoning 2, they are ready to release a full-length debut album to the world Already Gone. The LP was composed and written entirely by the pair themselves, and if previous releases are anything to go by ‘America’ is expected to slay.

Me Not You’s sound has been compared to numerous styles including that of Sisters of Mercy’s deep gothic bass to Siouxsie Sioux’s and Blonde Redhead’s vocals. Their sound evidently borrows stylings from many genres creating something totally idiosyncratic, almost transcendent.

Speaking of ‘America’, Nikki explains: “America is a look at the soul of my country. It's a song about the disconnect between what I thought it was, and what I fear it might be. Especially in the wake of the crisis of mass detentions and the separation of families at our border, I think it's time we took a long look in the mirror and ask who we are, what we really stand for, and where we go from here." We will be sure to share our opinions on the track with you. If it’s like anything they have released before we will surely find it to be yet another gem.




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