New Song Premieres from I Set My Friends On Fire

Known for their unconventional sound and humorous titles, experimental hardcore band I Set My Friends On Fire electrified their fans with the release of a new track from their latest album, Caterpiller Sex, which still has a mystery date of when it’ll be available to the public. I Set My Friends On Fire posted a Facebook status back in February of last year hinting that the eclectic, genre-mashing repertoire of the band was alive and well, and would be unlike anything they’d ever produced before. Produced by co-founder Matt Mehana, the bands’ newest single, ‘Nobody Wants To Be Parrot Man’ absolutely delivers. 

Never straying from the bands’ willingness to experiment with a multitude of musical styles, the dynamic of this track leaves you with the urge to bounce. I found this single to possess a unique vibe that leaves the listener with an overall sense of bewilderment and the urge to hear more. I believe the amount of distortion, auto tuned vocals, clashing tempos and savage breakdowns haven’t set well with some I Set My Friends On Fire followers. The band seems to be taking a new direction, however, electronica influences layered with screaming vocals, humorous themes, and satirical lyrics is nothing short of what to expect from ISMFOF.

 

While keeping their promise in always providing their fans with something strange and wonderful, they’ve also found a top spot in my playlist.

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