Low Sea – Remote Viewing (Video Review)

Low Sea – Remote Viewing (Video Review)


Self-described ‘grey disco’ duo Low Sea, have released a video for the title track from their forthcoming album Remote Viewing.

Hailing from Bosnia and Liverpool, but now based in Waterford, Ireland, Low Sea draw upon the influences of New Order, My Bloody Valentine, and Cocteau Twins, to create a gloomy, yet equally thrilling, electronic sound.

With ‘Remote Viewing’, Low Sea weave synths, drum machine, and vocals into a black mass of moody disco. The video is a kaleidoscopic, dark dream, which perfectly accompanies the track.

‘Remote Viewing’ is a mouth-watering teaser of the delights which hopefully await on the forthcoming album.

The track is available on download and 7” now, with the album dropping on 8 April.

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