This incredible face smack of a track from Cane Hill is our Track Of The Day today. It’s a new release from the band, the first since their album Smile, released in July 2016.
The New Orleans quartet described “Too Far Gone” as being about their “short and dangerously intense romance” with LSD.
Both the track and video brilliantly capture a loss of reality with use of effects, as a slamming and bombarding track begins. With massiveness and layers of sound, we’re immersed into the intense experience of enhanced colours, lights, and awareness.
“Are you mad that you can’t be like me, too far gone?
You can try to keep up now, but you do it all wrong somehow”
“Too Far Gone” captures a sense of freedom and expansiveness so wide that there’s a loss of boundaries as to where they end and where everything else begins.
The aggression and building vibe of “Too Far Gone” is so good, sparking a delicious sense of something great coming, in this non-reality we’re part of with Cane Hill. Incredible riffs hook into your brain and leave you thirsty for more.
Check out “Too Far Gone” with its music video. Keep up with Cane Hill (and more new music to come?) via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wearecanehill/