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REVIEW: MOURN - Second Sage

REVIEW: MOURN - “Second Sage”

By: Daniel Ward
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While members of MOURN are barely pushing 20, they’ve got their sophomore LP Ha, Ha, He coming out June 3rd on Captured Tracks. The Barcelona-based quartet gained significant attention for their 2014 self-titled debut for two things: its surprisingly mature sound and the fact that it was recorded in just two days.


Ramping up for Ha, Ha, He the band has released three singles: “Evil Dead,” “Storyteller” and now “Second Sage.”  “Second Sage” has the guitar bite and dark grit of early 80s post-punk—especially JuJu era Siouxie and the Banshees.


Lyrically “Second Sage” is all about loneliness and playing the Nintendo 64 classic, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Singer-guitarist Jazz Rodriguez Bueno discussed the song saying, “It’s basically about me waiting for someone to talk to me while I am in the Fire Temple.”


With influences of classic videogames, isolation and post-punk, there is a lot to look forward to when Ha, Ha, He drops.

 

MOURN - “Second Sage”


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