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The Spirit of the Beehive

Pleasure Suck

The Spirit Of The Beehive Pleasure Suck Cassette Store Day 2017
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Pleasure suck, the third and most fully realized release from The Spirit of the Beehive, finds one of Philadelphia’s most ambitious and captivating psych rock outfit slowly devouring listeners’ brains with sad, beautiful pop melodies buried under the guise of noisy, volatile and unconventionally griping compositions. Over the album’s 36 minutes, the band traverses the ghostly back-roads of indie rock with a wide sonic palette and undeniably hypnotizing results.There’s a certain air of mysteriousness that surrounds The Spirit of the Beehive and its weird, wonderful music. Detached yet fully engaged, the quartet seems to float back-and-forth between fantasy and reality. The songs on pleasure suck evolve deliberately and dissipate quickly, yet linger in the air long after they are gone. Shifting between ambiance and lo-fi pop, with fits of discord, dissonance and distortion in between, the Philly outfit’s attention to detail and mood is impressive. What emerges from the darkness and tumult is a band that is completely engrossing yet impossible to categorize without getting a bit messy. Of course, that’s part of the curious fun of pleasure suck.
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