Experimental duo The Furniture transport us to a dystopian world on "Strom"

Experimental duo The Furniture drop hypnotic instrumental “Strom,” giving us glimpse of their forthcoming self-titled debut album, The Furniture. With a meditative feel founded on sleek synths and pulsing beats, the track weaves a soothing atmosphere that you can get lost in for hours.

Channelling creative freedom and sonic spontaneity, which formed the pillars of their artistry,“Strom,” is ethereal and haunting in equal parts as fuzzy, nature-centric visuals from Philippe Leonardtransport us into a lush dystopian world that somehow feels as grounding as it does psychedelic.

For Michael Kuhl and Matthew Pierce, their music as The Furniture is rooted deeply in their musical synergy and their long years of history. As an intricate teaser of their first album as a duo,“ Strom,” establishes The Furniture as a pair driven by the force of their combined explorative tendencies.

Breaking down and blending their distinct playing styles into one cohesive swirl of shape-shifting soundscapes and emotive messages, the upcoming album is set to bring us into a world of experimentation if the sleek yet ambient arrangement of “Strom” is anything to go by.

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