Invisible Hours‘ “Wake the Ghosts of Night” is moody, dark guitar rock with a few interesting twists. “Wake the Ghosts of Night” has the woozy, fuzzy feel of much of the modern psych revival, but elements like a quasi-prog breakdown around the 0:53 mark and an efficient 3:07 run times suggest there’s some pop sensibility to go along with the Big Muff-powered stoner sprawl. The vocals sit pretty deeply in the mix, but there are more dynamics than in most shoegaze tracks. In summation, Invisible Hours, based on the strength of “Wake the Ghosts of Night” and some other digging I did online, are an ambitious, genre-bending guitar band worth checking out.
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