Titles began back in 2005 as a songwriter/drummer duo based out of New England. Over the years, they gained members and a solid underground fan base. With a knack for creating cerebral alternative music, the group have released a slew of fantastic releases. This time around though, the streak is coming to a close.
Being the group’s final release, Modern Sounds in Science Fiction has a more melancholic sound. The layering effects almost feels like a bedroom project with the way bandleader, Brad Amorosino, home-recorded the album. I usually lean towards the electronic realm when writing Nice In The Headphones posts but the way each track flows into the next, there’s no doubt this would sound great between a pair of headphones.
Due out May 14th via Safety Meeting Records, stream the entire album above and be sure to check out the awesome pre-order vinyl option here that features a double-sided insert with 2,352 tiny drawings by Brad.
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