The first single from the long-awaited debut full-length album by Keep Shelly in Athens is equal parts sinister and syncopated. Winding its way through an urban landscape of flickering lights and downward glances, 'Madmen Love' builds slowly upwards, bursting into a procession of drums and angular guitar chords, before slinking back to its staccato footsteps. Keep Shelly in Athens' album will launch this Fall on Cascine. It's available to buy now via Cascine or as a limited edition 7".
Listen to 'Madmen Love' here:
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