“This album is batshit fucking insane”
— Broghan's Mum
“This is blasphemous. I can't believe people listen to this.”
— Anonymous internet user
Burn My Shadow: Hollywood Ugly
The very latest synth-rock band out of Wellington, New Zealand, Burn My Shadow have started off with a hiss and a crystalline, syrupy roar. Prolific game composers Jayde Marter and Broghan Paige have returned in a striking new form with the debut of their first, studio length album.
Complemented by the crunchy guitar tones of Dave Candy and dark, primal synth beats, Burn My Shadow packs a punch but goes down smooth at the same time. Delivering powerful, pulsating electronic rhythms that will melt your face, the album also manages to provide extraordinary variety and occasional poppy gentleness across it's 11 track repertory. Who says you can't please everyone anyway!
Uniting a depth charge of swaggering bass and hard hitting lyrics, Hollywood Ugly tackles themes like mental illness, politics, fear and disillusion. With a healthy dose of femme fierceness, it delivers you on a silk cushion directly to the center of the sonic apocalypse. Stuffed with a healthy dose of realism and observational commentary, Burn My Shadow's new album "Hollywood Ugly" has the potential to be a grand addition to the synth-rock movement.
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