Kelowna band Post Modern Connection are going after blow after blow, leading to the release of their debut EP, Umbrella grouped.
The indie dream band defies genres, taking cues from doo-wop, R&B, Math Rock and everything else with great beat.
In their single, Madness for Two, released in august, the lyrics swim through indie riffs dreaming of self-discovery.
“Sometimes you’re not really in the best place for you or you’re not doing the best things for you, that’s kind of what Madness for two is about, ”said Tega Ovie, vocals and guitar.
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Alone, In the dark, released in September, goes through the emotions of a person caught in a codependent relationship.
“The song is kind of about difficult relationships, where they’re not good for you but you’re a lot more comfortable staying than being on the outside. [of it]”said Ovie.
The clip of In the dark teases their upcoming EP by showing the band in the studio recording during the pandemic.
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“Honestly, the fact that we were there to have fun with the band and just put our creativity on a record, it kind of helped us ignore the aspect of [the pandemic], said Georges Nasrallah, guitar.
The five-song EP will be released on October 14. For more information about the group, visit www.pmcband.ca
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