Still Motions - Where You Found Me
I’m always a sucker for a great post-rock influenced song and “Where You Found Me” immediately hooked me in with the dark and dreamy guitar work by Still Motions. Based in Phoenix, Arizona the duo Thomas Brenneman of El West and Chris Julian of Greeley Estates create thoughtful soundscapes, ones filled with ambient swells and guitar unforgettable guitar hooks.
“Where You Found Me” has somewhat of a reflective and at times melancholic atmosphere, perhaps it’s the slow moving guitars at the start that eventually ramp up into a beautiful break down of noise and emotions? Either way, it’s an extraordinary track and will also be the featured single from their debut ep that will be released later this year.
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