“I just wanted to bash peoples heads into the wall. I didn’t want any filler. I wanted it to be over before you realized you were bleeding. I spun the samples I recorded until, rather landing on something ethereal or beautiful, it found something that was haunting without being distant. Instead of making something that would take 5 minutes to soak in, I wanted the song to end or change before you had a chance to soak it in.” – Jonathan Miller
Miller, the Athens, Georgia sonic architect behind Hand Sand Hands, achieves this aim on “Day Funeral,” the second song from his forthcoming cassette release, Good Luck With That. A gratuitous blast of electronic bleats, beats and bombast, “Day Funeral” requires every ounce of your attention while rewarding you for your perseverance.
Good Luck With That will be released on 16 December. Stream “Day Funeral” below and pre-order Good Luck With That on cassette via Arrowhawk Records.