‘Cut Me Out’ Ensures Holy Visions Will Be With Us For the Long-Haul

Coup de Grace has recently released Holy Visions' new cut, the exquisite "Cut Me Out." Photo Credit: Holy Visions.
Coup De Grace has recently released Holy Visions’ new cut, the exquisite “Cut Me Out.” Photo Credit: Holy Visions.

Holy Visions is set to release his debut LP soon, and to get people ready he recently put out the airy house-infused synthpop “Cut Me Out.”

On the new single, he carries on the sunny, laid-back vibe of his debut single “Santa Barbara.” This time, though, he takes it up a notch with a more elaborate Brothertiger/Cut Copy-esque arrangement and some relaxed, Kurt Vile-nodding vocals.

The Wisconsin-based Holy Visions (AKA Nick Schubert) is an artist I could see easily making a mark on modern synthpop/indie-pop in the way that the aforementioned acts have.

One reason for that is that Schubert is simply a talented musician and writes catchy songs, but I also think that he goes beyond the technical and touches on some core needs of sentient beings.

It’s not enough that he has glossy pink synth sounds, a house-infused backbeat, and comforting vocals. It’s the all encompassing feeling of serenity and pan-species goodwill the music conjures up that makes this cut a necessary part of a modern synthpop fan’s collection.

Schubert, we’re not going to cut you out. We’re going to keep you¬†sticking around with Krazy Glue.

The new album is supposed to come out on the Coup De Grace Studios label before the year ends.

 

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