"Heads Heads Heads" convinces through catchy yet subtle instrumentals, which – played in loops – create a tremendous dynamic.
The duo delivers both enchantingly soft and bizarre soundscapes that are formed by the versatile and playful use of guitars, synthesizers, piano, and drums.
Further the music is understood in context: le_mol
celebrate the harmonic disharmony. Their
unconventional loop layers and overlapping song
structures reflect a social life that is shaken in its
foundations and which is threatened to fall into
pieces. Without lyrics, using only instruments the
duo creates a feeling of tightness, oppression and
hopelessness in a society that is divided by
populism and capitalism.
The audience is invited to lose themselves in thoughts while reflecting and, as a result, experiencing the music even more intense – all while le_mol try to anchor “Heads Heads Heads” in our minds – in our heads, heads, heads.
released March 2, 2018
recorded at GAB Music Factory
produced by Georg Gabler (Mother's Cake, Lausch, etc.)
engineered by Oliver Kamaryt
mastered by Frank Arkwright (Mogwai, Oceansize, etc.) at Abbey Road Studios, London