Molior Superum – Electric Escapism
Self released – 2014
Rock, Seventies, Psych, Stoner, Garage
We at the HiVe have always worn our colors on our sleeve. We do not mind professing our undying love for great music, it is actually the one thing we really do and certainly do no care if we come across as star struck fans. Like we are for the Molior Superum guys, and have been since the days of their first EP Towards The Haze in 2011. We bought multiple copies to hand out to our friends and band members of their full-sized album Into The Sun that arrived a year later. And really struggled to not hit repeat buttons over and over again when The Inconclusive Portrait rolled around last year. And guess what, the wild times are here again. An all new EP by the quartet of Swedes named: Electric Escapism. Four tracks that are as wicked a rock whirlwind as everything they put out before. Just listen to the way they stomp into your house with that drum and riff, this is glorious, and this is a band that knows that they are victorious before the battle has even started. Four magnificent tracks that speed through your speakers and blows the roof off your house. Seventies blues boogie groove and psychedelic stoner stompers that leave you breathless and craving more! Highly energetic and extremely electric and you should not let this one escape out the door!
(Written by JK)