Genre-fusing band The House Flies releases another boundary-pushing song with “She Hums Mozart”. This newest track serves as a little taste of what’s to come with their highly anticipated feature-length album, named “Mannequin Deposit” that’s coming out in August. The track showcases how the ban mixes elements from different alternative rock, adding an ethereal, sonorous aspect to it that elevates it to the next level. It’s an outstanding representation of their distinct sound and their penchant for creating art that aligns with their vision, giving us a glimpse of their upcoming album’s sonic landscape.

The song’s musicality definitely seems to draw from alternative rock inspirations, but the way the band plays each instrument is simply surreal. It catches you in its gaze, hypnotising you and leaves you wanting more and more. And there’s more than enough to go around, because the dreamy, sort-of hazy vocals by the band’s singer Alex Riggen is sure to ensnare you in its ethereal grasps. The song just feels like you’re being thrust into a world of expressionistic art, and we’re all falling head over heels for it. Simply put, it’s the perfect inaugural track for what they’re bringing next to the table.

We strongly believe that The House Flies is just one of those bands that can change the landscape of music forever, and this latest single is a testament to their talent and mastery. Stream “She Hums Mozart” on all streaming platforms now.

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