Music

Premiere: Crater’s 90s-Influenced Synthgaze ‘Ain’t Right’

Music

Premiere: Crater’s 90s-Influenced Synthgaze ‘Ain’t Right’

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You know when someone creates an illusion of you and you’ve been put on this pedestal that you can’t seem to get down from?” asks Ceci Gomez, one half of Seattle duo Crater. That’s the inspiration behind their new track “Ain’t Right” she says.  Like previous singles like “Gross Relations”, it’s equal parts sharp-edged mechanical and alluringly organic. “I’m not who you should want. I’m going to beg you not to love me” they sing. 

“What was previously going to be a five-song EP is turning out to be a series of singles instead,” the band told Impose recently. “It’s been tough figuring out which songs to release because we have quite a few to choose from; we’re now at around 20. We’ve been trying to group together tracks that have somewhat similar vibes and feel closer to completion first.” 

The group will begin a tour with TRUST later this month. Buy the song here.

 

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