Grumby "Mt. Fuji"
- Words: DeForrest Brown
Recently transplanted Brooklyn duo Grumby just sent over its emotive "Mt. Fuji" tune, a production full of clipped vocal samples, pitched wind chimes, and rich organ melodies. Heavy drums bash around the track as fuzzy pads weave in and out of the filtered vocals, effectively plunging the listener into its doe-eyed drift. Grumby also has a dreamy and equally emotive—albeit strange—video for its new single, which can be seen after the jump.
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