Track: Misty Coast release the psych-pop of ‘In a Million Years’

Credit: Francisco Munoz

Misty Coast, aka Linn Frøkedal and Richard Myklebust have recently released a new track, In A MIllion Years ahead of their new album When I Fall From The Sky.

On the song, Linn says “the song represents a recurring theme on the album, and it lingers in thoughts about whether we should choose to ignore the reality outside of what we experience as our world – or if we should dare to seek a larger, perhaps unpleasant truth.” 

Gritty guitar riffs tumble over these sweet vocals at the beginning of ‘In a Million years’, as it gives way to a twisted psych heavy slice of perfect pop, strained through with a good amount of shoegaze and 4AD wizardry for good measure.

Check it out, here

Misty Coast create chamber psych-pop that conjures mental images of celestial bodies, kaleidoscopic bliss and mountain streams flowing into fjords. 

Made up of, on new album When I Fall From The Sky the pair are accompanied by drummer Kim Åge Furuhaug (Orions Belte).

On first single ‘In A Million Years’, Linn is akin to an intergalactic Kim Deal, her reverb and distortion laden vocals are layered over a heavenly backdrop of fuzz, drawing in the listener like a piece of debris into a black hole.

Now, more than ever we are faced with the choice of whether to look outside the window at the raging storm, or to embrace escapism as the only way to cope.

‘In A Million Years’ will be available to stream from September 18.

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