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On the Dial | Saintseneca



Saintseneca is back at it again. They've got a new album Pillar of Na dropping August 31st. Their newest single and accompanying video "Ladder to the Sun" is a dark-pop triumph. Since signing to ANTI- Records, Saintseneca's tracks have been perfectly layered and textured with swooping melodies. They are one of the most tasteful bands out there right now - never letting one specific element take away from the song as a whole, but not shying away from experimental instrumentation. I find myself listening to Saintseneca on repeat these days, and I am very much looking forward to the new album.

Catch them on tour in a town near you

Posted by Brett Gregory on 23 July, 2018 new music, On the Dial, Saintseneca | 0 comments
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