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“Seattle’s Black Ferns are shining stars of the dark and mysterious underbelly of the city’s massive post-punk scene.”
– Northwest Music Scene
Can you imagine spending the last of your days driving the pacific coast highway, in a beat-up black 1961 Lincoln Continental, watching a skyline marked by fire and observing an ocean clamouring to extinguish those flames? Your desired soundtrack would probably be of the utmost tranquility. Breezeless melodies that have the ability to temper the most infernal circumstances. Zoran Macesic of Black Ferns has captured that mood and sound on the latest release.
On the second album “Devices” (Northern Light Records), similar sounds from bands like Love and Rockets and Interpol can be found, while still maintaining a unique brand of reverb-drenched haze. The songs speak of the distress of being a social misfit and the tumultuous oscillation of love and longing.