Singaporean indie rock band Subsonic Eye have showcased tracks off their latest album ‘Nature Of Things’ on the live performance series Audiotree.
The band performed three songs – ‘Animinimism’, ‘Fruitcake’ and ‘Further’ – for the Chicago channel’s ongoing series Audiotree Worldwide. Watch the videos below.
The Singaporean indie five-piece released ‘Nature of Things’, their third album, in January. In an interview with NME, the band’s frontwoman Nur Wahidah — who takes charge of songwriting with guitarist Daniel Borces — spoke about the duo’s newfound passion for the natural world, which is a thematic focus of the record.
“I’ve always been really passionate about the environment,” Wahidah said. “I got into bird-watching, also. When it comes to being in nature and bird-watching, you’re not actively interacting with the birds. You’re just this tiny subject in a whole forest, you’re looking at this bird but the bird doesn’t even know you’re looking. It’s just flying around.”
In NME’s four-star review of ‘Nature of Things’, writer Adrian Yap commended the band’s progression, “unperturbed by trying new things and managing to deliver compelling music along the way”.