Wave Goodbye by New Idea Society, released 10 April 2019 Blue-Green chanteur, Deepest smoke contour. September daze, Goodbye. Begin to slow, If maybe, I don’t know. The ending glow, Forgotten while it goes. I’ll never wave, Goodbye. Begin to slow, If maybe I won’t know. Blue-Green chanteur, Goodbye. Night moves into year, Year moves into dawn, Dawn becomes, All. All is just a day, Day is just an hour, Hour becomes, All. I’ll never leave.
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New Idea Society have unveiled a second track online with Wave Goodbye now streaming below. The outfit, who feature Mike Law (Euclid, et., Stephen Brodsky (Cave In/Mutoid Man) and Quicksand‘s Alan Cage returning with Brian Cook (Russian Circles, SUMAC) guesting, also recently revealed another new track by the name of Now Is Here. This latest track serves as the proverbial b-side to that previous song, which arrived as their first new music in eight years.
New Idea Society "Now Is Here" (Official Audio). New Idea Society "Wave Goodbye" (Official Audio). New Idea Society - Autumn You. Extract Chords. New Idea Society - Thorns. New Idea Society - "Summer Lion" Video (PopMatters Premiere). New Idea Society - Storm In My Eyes. New Idea Society - Twilight, Dusk, and Night (Live in Owl Kitchen).
New Idea Society centers around the song writing of its main creative force Mike Law (also the main force behind EULCID). Along with his former primary collaborator Stephen Brodsky who left the band in 2007 due to geographic distance, Chris DeAngelis has moved to become a centerpiece of the band for the last several albums. New Idea Society has begun to assemble an impressive catalog of home recorded songs in addition to some "proper" studio releases. Top Tracks: Now Is Here.
Let me preface, though; New Idea Society's The World Is Bright and Lonely is not a spoken word endeavour. When you focus an entire album around lyrics, those lyrics had better be as dynamic and engaging as possible. Let me preface, though; New Idea Society's The World Is Bright and Lonely is not a spoken word endeavour. The instrumentation, minimal as it may be, does accent singer Mike Law's oft-complex musings about as well as could be asked for. And when things are good, as they are on "Don't Sleep," the plaintive instrumental background is almost an afterthought. Law's storytelling is the focus.
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