Pupil Slicer‘s latest release, the single and accompanying video for “No Temple,” showcases a different aspect of the band that is adored by fans. The track is taken from their upcoming album Blossom, set to release on June 2 via Prosthetic Records.
While their first single received positive feedback, it was not what most people anticipated from Pupil Slicer, according to vocalist and guitarist Kate Davies. “No Temple” is the heaviest song the band has ever written and represents the opposite end of the musical spectrum that Blossom encompasses. The album tells a story that captures a range of intense emotions and events over its 47-minute runtime, with diverse musical elements that remain cohesive to the album’s overall narrative.
Pupil Slicer’s new album draws inspiration from a variety of classic works in literature, film, and video games. The album tells a personal story through a fantastical narrative that creates a unified and self-assured sound. The band incorporates ethereal vocals, electronic breakdowns, and bold experimentation, while still maintaining catchy hooks and choruses.
Throughout it all, Pupil Slicer remains true to their fundamental principles.
The band consists of Kate Davies on guitars, vocals, and keys, Josh Andrews on drums, Luke Fabian on bass and backing vocals, and Frank Muir on additional lead guitar.