In an alternate reality, the world is in sync with Bones in Butter & their ubiquitous sound. Experimental and avant-garde, to classic motions of music-they traverse it all. This Serbian act operates on a plane of realization above all due to their musical ability. Their latest song is a testament to what they call boundaries, and how far they like to stray. This is Scenes from the Metro.
To those who belong to a city, the audio that opens this song is apt. The daze, haze and utter confusion and chaos is palpable. Within this is a stream, a ribbon of consciousness to make sense of it all. Using choir like sections with the shoegaze, washed-out guitar sounds-it is a post-grunge paradise of sorts. Bones in Butter bring the spatial pivot required to navigate the mustering point of many cities. The instrumental section is worth experiencing just to put yourself among the million shoes that step into the stations. Choosing unlikely chord progressions, they make sense of their observations, like the stellar musicians that they are. This is a spectrum balanced between Beck and Pink Floyd, something that Bones in Butter are able to call their own. No one is claiming that throne, even if they tried.
Jerry Maguire to Fight Club & Collateral, the darkest side of ambition, chaos in the city is gauged with a song like this. It could just depict the travel, but the effect is closeted with a smart pathos that is rare to hear in groups within their lifetime. The instrumentals layered with the choir gives goosebumps, a combination you might hear very rarely or for the last time. Listen to them and follow their music on Spotify for more exciting tracks!