Needle Drop:
Verse Metrics,
“The Nightmares Leave
Us All Inoperational”

Post-punk rockers Verse Metrics are certainly giving Interpol a run for their money with latest single “The Nightmares Leave Us All Inoperational.” Despite its slightly tediously long title, the single is incredibly notable.

Combining elements of post punk and math rock, there’s no denying the fact that this single is not only impressive sonically, but also technically. As the guitar’s jangly twang comes in on the off-beat, lead singer Bob Dick carries the melody effortlessly, reminding us a little of Editors’ frontman Tom Smith.

As the song progresses, so does the chaotic musicality, filled with eerie tones, pulsating drum beats, and math rock-inspired guitar chords to create something undeniably unique. With “The Nightmares Leave Us All Inoperational,” it feels as though Verse Metrics may have just found a niche that no one else in Scotland is really doing at the moment. They’re changing it up, playing with genres, and we can’t wait to see what these guys get up to next.

“The Nightmares Leave Us All Inoperational” is out now.

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