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The Mixed-Tape | Columbia Mills – The Advanced Stages of Out of Control

Columbia Mills

In this edition of T.L.M.T’s song of the week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to Columbia Mils’ brand new single ‘The Advanced Stages of Out of Control’.

Columbia Mills return with the duo’s first single since the release of their stand-out debut E.P. Factory Settings. Carrying with it all the textural grace and indietronica atmospheres that made the group’s pervious record so immersive.

Propelled by a slow persistent beat the track reverberates and shakes with the production of large-scale backgrounds and emotive vocals. It’s clear that in the time between Factory Settings and now that Columbia Mills have not lost the evocative core of their sound.

The music of Columbia Mills is one built out of great mood and reflection. The sound of it simply exudes the heartbreak of experience, the precision of memory and the lasting effects of both, with ‘The Advanced Stages of Out of Control’ the band once again emerge with a song that hits the senses instantly.

To read previous additions to the feature click here or you can listen to TLMT’s special ‘The Mixed Tape’ Spotify playlist

Click below to listen to this week’s addition to the Mixed-Tape‘The Advanced Stages of Out of Control’ by Columbia Mills. The single is out now as a FREE download via bandcamp.

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