Puerto Rican stoner/prog band MOTHS are sharing their new album, Space Force, and you can check out the visualizer video premiering right here at New Noise.
The quintet have spent the last several years perfecting their sound, boasting two previous releases: 2018’s self-titled EP and 2020’s split with Philadelphia rockers The Stone Eye. Though, these offerings act as appetizers compared to what the band has in store with their debut LP. Bassist Weslie Negrón calls the record “a complete audio-visual experience,” seeing the group composing their most mature, expansive, and rewarding material to date.
The band are also motivated by their culture, inserting Puerto Rican influences into their music, like the closing section of “Awake” tapping into Latin jazz. All around, the band members’ broad musical palette helped them to make their previous projects incredibly illustrative, with Space Force truly exceeding all expectations.
As they share the new album, MOTHS offer this sentiment to listeners:
“After what has been essentially three years in the making, we’re proud to finally unveil this piece of work. We’ve put our heart and souls into the release of this album, and we hope it captures the attention of both established fans and new audiences. This is a rollercoaster of an album, and the desire is that everyone can enjoy the audiovisual experience that Space Force brings!”
Watch the visualizer video and stream Space Force in full here:
Photo courtesy of MOTHS