Dead Vibrations present their latest track, “Underwater,” and you can stream it with us right now.

Swedish outfit Dead Vibrations are releasing this new single following a summer of European shows that included a gig with Aussie punks Amyl & The Sniffers in their hometown of Stockholm and performances at Manchester Psych Fest and Fuzz Club Eindhoven. A blast of crushing, fuzz-drenched guitars and echoing vocals that are backed by a taut, primal rhythm
section, the new single sees the four-piece’s brooding shoegaze at its finest.

Dead Vibrations say of the song: “This song surprised us in our rehearsal space. After weeks of messing around with another track we intended to release as our next single, the main melody of ‘Underwater’ appeared out of thin air, and the rest of the song came together moments later. Suddenly, we had a new song that we all instantly agreed on being our next single. In a sense, we wanted to go for the spontaneous and natural rather than the calculated. The lyrics are about being trapped in a bad state of mind. It’s a ‘guide’ on how to get out of it and achieve inner peace and security.”

You can also stream the single on Soundcloud. 

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