Sonic Rade “Lost Identity”

During Lost Identity, Sonic Rade are able to cultivate a 1980s-synthrock infused sound. A thick, chunky bass line highlights the ethereal vocals, which will appease fans of Peter Murphy or Disintegration-era Robert Smith. The act is taut, crafting a backing instrumentation that holds up to repeat plays. A driving beat punctuates the back of the track as the vocals and guitars are given the spotlight. A particularly poignant moment occurs at the three-minute mark of Lost Identity. Where the vocals and guitars initially start the section off, the guitars are given a moment to enthrall fans.

We last covered Sonic Rade in March; view our coverage of Let’s Dream Tonight for more thoughts about this inimitable performers.

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