Just Mustard has released a new track titled “Seed.” The song is off the Irish five-upcoming piece’s second album, Heart Under, which will be released this Friday (May 27) on Partisan. It follows the release of previous singles “Still,” “I Am You,” and “Mirrors.”
The band experiments with revving twin guitars and a techno-infused rhythm section on the eerie album highlight.
Guitarist Mete Kalyoncuoglu said of the song’s inspiration:
“Along with a lot of electronics and noise, I was listening to a lot of music which featured bowed string instruments… I had finished reading The Rest Is Noise by Alex Ross around the time we started writing and I was revisiting a lot of the 20th-century composers that I first discovered watching Kubrick’s films, like Krzysztof Penderecki.
He also added:
“The rising tempo strikes at the beginning of ‘Seed’ were inspired from the rising and falling xylophone in Béla Bartók’s ‘Music For Strings, Percussion And Celesta’.”
Listen to “Seed” below: