New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the exclusive premiere of Modern Evil by Mustardmind. Plenty of different atmospheres roll through the four tracks on the EP. Mustardmind take notice of their ambience, allowing for their grooves to sift through the air or dive through the mind. Take a listen below,

Modern Evil is four songs about internal (Docent and The Late Bloomer) and external (Mole and Designer Drugs) struggles in a modern world. Sometimes we blame ourselves for our shortcomings and sometimes it’s the just the world rotting around us. From a musical standpoint, the album includes some of the biggest swings we’ve ever taken as a band and I hope we can keep that same mentality as we move into the future.” – Bobby Lewis

Mustardmind is a Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based art-rock band formed as the brainchild of Bobby Lewis. In the fall of 2016, Mustardmind birthed the six-track Peep EP. Although released independently, the EP received acclaim from several local NYC outlets. Justin Hernandez of Impose Magazine praised the release, describing it as “dramatically tense, yet serene” and Elena Childers of Alt Citizen and BTRtoday called it “devious, experimental, and touching all in one” and complimented Mustardmind’s sound as being a “ whole lotta uniqueness and thrill.”

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