London art-rockers Arrows of Love are releasing their second album ‘PRODUCT’ next month, and we’ve got the first play of one of its crushing highlights, ’Parts That Make The (W)hole’.
Worming its way down back alleys looking for trouble, ‘Parts…’ is intriguing and creepy in equal measure, and it’s impossible not to want to follow it into the darkness. Discordant, metallic guitars crash into each other, making an uneasy yet brilliant racket.
Speaking about the track, the band’s Nima Teranchi says: “The lyrics were the product of the day, mood, thoughts. It’s quite unusual for me to vocalise something so personal. Maybe that’s awkward. Most people have some kind of difficult things from their upbringing. That’s why the title is what it is. Those jigsaw pieces shape what you become, but also create some of the holes in you.”
‘PRODUCT’ comes out on 11th August via I’m Not From London Records. Listen to ‘Parts That Make The (W)hole’ below.