Say Psych: Track Review: 10 000 Russos – Super Inertia

Portuguese trio 10 000 Russos are back with their new single and video ‘Super Inertia’ – the eponymous first track to be lifted from their new album Superinertia, due out 10 September via the London based Fuzz Club Records. Following on from 2019’s Kompromat LP and tour-dates around the UK, Europe and Mexico in support, the Porto-based band describe Superinertia as a record addressing the “state of inertia that humans live in the West nowadays. It isn’t a record about the past or future. It’s about now.” In support of the new album, 10 000 Russos will be touring across the UK and Europe this Autumn.

Since their 2013 debut LP and the three that have followed on Fuzz Club since (2015’s self-titled, 2017’s Distress Distress and 2019’s Kompromat), 10 000 Russos have been a formidable presence in the European psych underground. A relentless live force, they’ve clocked up hundreds of live shows – each leaving a legion of new fans in its wake – and been supported by the likes of The Quietus, Bandcamp Daily, BBC 6 Music, Clash Magazine, Drowned In Sound and more. With a new line-up in tow and an expanded evolution in sound, ‘Superinertia’ promises to be their best and most adventurous record to date.

‘Super Inertia’ contains all the elements that have become synonymous with the bands sound and more, taking it to the next level and raising the bar when you didn’t know it could go any higher, with intricate details added, especially in the guitar riffs, that make this track something quite special and worthy of repeat listens.

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