listen to a new song from elohim

elohim
photo courtesy of chase o’black

elohim’s brief career has been marked by a slew of songs that read like peaks and troughs of a waveform.  after the contrasting one-two punch of “she talks too much” and “xanax” earlier this year, elohim returns today with “bridge and the wall,” the first cut from her upcoming aa-side for b3sci records.  on “bridge and the wall,” elohim again demonstrates an adroitness for meaningful synth-pop construction; darker verses cascade into effervescent choruses that abstain from mid-range textures in favor of resonant bass lines and brief, infectious treble motifs.  take a listen to “bridge and the wall” below.