THE HYBRIS want to bring you only prime time rock. The enigmatic trio have been creating human friendly music while being associated with Algonquin mythology by appearance. They have never been spotted, and all you want to hear is their music. What does fame do for creativity? With their latest track, they show us they’re standing strong on the rock path. This is The Game Of Cat And Mouse.
There’s good reason they’re always featured in indie rock playlists. The opening riff is an alt-rock gem bestowed upon the crown of THE HYBRIS. From the groove to how the song moves, you can hear the nuances in how they execute a seemingly simple progression. This is the full exposé of how the politics chase works, and how it’s a never ending dog-eat-dog scenario eventually. Digital elements intercept and create a wondrous back and forth of tune. Before the verse, we hit another bridge, a more sombre tone surrounding it. As harmonics weave with the verse part, the kicker is always contained in the chorus. It is an incredible way of breaking down what have become rock tropes. Piano part laces the middle as well, making for a thrashing good time.
THE HYBRIS would have nailed this song in The Ides of March (2011). A brilliant and often overlooked movie, it creates a really creative pocket for rock songs. You can explore more from this brilliant trio with songs like Imposter Syndrome, What If and The Other Side. Listen to their music and make sure you follow them for more!