Brooklyn’s Tuarrah have released new single ‘Palimpsest’. The song “serves as the next work in a collection of stories that all stem from the idea of finding beauty in the intimate moments we all share with one another and how this is reflected in the natural world that surrounds us”.
‘Palimpsest’ is a dreamy track with a lounge pop jazzy feel. It’s atmospheric with a sweet piano sound and charming vocal. At times the track becomes a little more ethereal and almost haunting.
Written after spending time in a museum looking at paintings and reflecting on how mistakes often remain visible in that art form the band had the following to say about ‘Palimpsest:
“As canvasses get painted over and revisions are made, traces of those alterations remain. Even if the changes are invisible to the naked eye, we scan the paintings with our fancy tools and learn about the history of the work. What stories are hiding under those layers? In music, we have the option to re-record over the tape and not leave a trace. This is a song for the mistakes”.
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