11 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

An electronic trio known for their artistic visuals and gritty sound, The Glitch Mob drop a new album after a short hiatus—and See Without Eyes is their 10-track ticket to a spiritual place. Opening with the psychedelic prelude “Enter Formless” featuring Rituals of Mine, the L.A. outfit move deftly into the trippy “Take Me with You” laying out the soundscape concept of the record. Deep drums and a strong bassline on “Disintegrate Slowly” take the listener through a vortex of sorts, catching them on the other side with the dubstep anthem “Keep On Breathing” featuring ethereal vocals from Swedish songstress Tula. “Come Closer” offers a moodier edge to proceedings, while “Interbeing” leans into mellower hip-hop vibes, marking another transition point, alongside single “How Could This Be Wrong”, an other-worldly highlight. Bringing us full circle is “Way Out Is In”, dropping another pin along the route of this exploratory LP.

EDITORS’ NOTES

An electronic trio known for their artistic visuals and gritty sound, The Glitch Mob drop a new album after a short hiatus—and See Without Eyes is their 10-track ticket to a spiritual place. Opening with the psychedelic prelude “Enter Formless” featuring Rituals of Mine, the L.A. outfit move deftly into the trippy “Take Me with You” laying out the soundscape concept of the record. Deep drums and a strong bassline on “Disintegrate Slowly” take the listener through a vortex of sorts, catching them on the other side with the dubstep anthem “Keep On Breathing” featuring ethereal vocals from Swedish songstress Tula. “Come Closer” offers a moodier edge to proceedings, while “Interbeing” leans into mellower hip-hop vibes, marking another transition point, alongside single “How Could This Be Wrong”, an other-worldly highlight. Bringing us full circle is “Way Out Is In”, dropping another pin along the route of this exploratory LP.

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