Band Manchester Orchestra has released their new song “Keel Timing” from their new album The Million Masks of God. The drop of the new track follows that of the band’s album’s lead single, “Bed Head.”
“Keel Timing serves as a prequel to ‘Bed Head’,” said band’s singer, Andy Hull. “It’s an isolated internal investigation about personal growth. Trying to decide what growth is positive and what growth is negative. And where do we land after that investigation.”
The track was released with an accompanying video that shows a woman running, with a static effect covering making up her face and body. The rest of the video is made up of a number of ‘trippy’ graphic effects.
Check out the band’s new song and video below.The song has a soothing and calming intro and is later met by an upbeat tempo and strong vocals. The vocals sing the lyrics with a smooth alto sound with a hint of a roar.
Other than working on their newest album, Hull was also featured on Touche Amore’s new album Lament. Hull and Touche Amore teamed up to create the band’s 2020 hit single, “Limelight.”
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