“Nrvs have an innate punk swagger” Hard of Hearing
“This is just pure neon tinted madness & it’s truly beautiful… a wacky weird ride, expertly crafted at the hands of masterful musicians” Yack Magazine
“…off-kilter post-punk bangers” Louder Than War
Following on from their previous single I Like You, mysterious London-based outfit Nrvs return with the industrial psyche ballad Breeders – a continuation of their explorations into social dislocation, ecological collapse & the dystopia of the ordinary.
Emerging out of time & space, Breeders slowly unfolds with a sense of unease conjured up by its sparse ethereal electro & guitar arrangement which morphs into an ever more chaotic landscape as the song progresses. Over this, band member Ten Pence sings about the consequences of bringing a new version of one’s self into the world. Recorded during a moment of spontaneity at the end of a long recording session plus partially inspired by The Breeders band & Michael Caine’s classic film Get Carter, Breeders is the 2nd song from Nrvs’ upcoming EP I Like You.
(press release, artwork & images included in MP3 download)