See: Breton psych explorers Djinn drop visuals for ‘The Void’


HARD psych explorers Djiin, the four-piece from Rennes in Brittany who are about to drop their third album, Meandering Soul, from which they’ve unveiled the slowburn, progressive jam of “The Void” – you can watch it below.

The Rennais stoners have laid down six tracks for Meandering Soul, their first long-playing outing since 2019’s The Freak doubleset for More Fuzz. The record was committed to tape at The Blue Anvil Sound in Messac, staying within Brittany, and allows the band to flex their deep, committed dives into Seventies rock, prog and krautrock; as evidenced by the building “The Void”, which begins as sun-shimmering arpeggio and climaxes as a thunderously heavy stoner scream, courtesy Chloé Panhaleux. 

Crave more? You can venture further, with previous single drop “Black Circus” here.

Djiin’s Meandering Soul will be released digitally, on CD and on limited vinyl on November 12th by Klonosphere Records/Season of Mist and may be pre-ordered right now over at Bandcamp, here.

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