Track Premiere – Russian Shoegazers Pinkshinyultrablast’s Spectral, Shimmering ‘Holy Forest’

Pinkshinyultrablast hail from St Petersberg but owe their sound to the Home Counties circa 1990, cribbing smartly from the snarling, spectral guitars and poppy melodies of cult Brit fuzz summoners Slowdive and Ride. Their debut album ‘Everything Else Matters’ arrives on January 26 via Club AC30. Till then, new single ‘Holy Forest’ is a woozy wonder: a shimmery shoegaze snatch-and-grab whose looped guitars soon spill into a huge wash of euphoric noise, singer Lyubov Soloveva’s soft vocals bobbing delicately at its surface. Check it out exclusively below.

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