Soft Kill‘s forthcoming album “Metta World Peace” promises to be a stylish, emotional endeavor, and its new single “Molly” provides a glimpse into the band’s continued growth and experimentation.
With “Molly,” Soft Kill delivers an impeccable listening experience, showcasing a nostalgic feel reminiscent of Depeche Mode, combined with earworm melodies that are seamlessly woven into the song’s verses. The track stands out as a testament to the band’s remarkable musical prowess, and it leaves us eagerly anticipating the release of the full album.
Soft Kill’s latest album, “Metta World Peace,” is set to drop sometime this year, and the lead-off single, “Molly,” gives us a taste of what’s to come. The album is characterized by growth and experimentation, as Soft Kill revisits the home recording process that was utilized in previous projects like “Premium Drifter” and a number of cassette-only releases over the past seven years.
One noteworthy aspect of “Metta World Peace” is the contributions of several talented artists, including Evil Pimp, N8NOFACE, Andres Chavez, and Adam Klopp. The album was recorded by Tobias Grave in various locations across the country, including Portland and Chicago.
As a teaser, the lead-off single “Molly” is currently available for free download, and those who order the album can receive a free 12″ (while supplies last). Only 100 hand-numbered copies of the 12″ are available, with no plans for a repress. Get their merch at this location and Bandcamp.
This speaks to the exclusivity and uniqueness of the project, making it a highly sought-after item for music collectors and fans of Soft Kill alike.
We sure nod our heads in appreciation for the craft Soft Kill. Great job, guys.