They're back, and there's never been a better time to become obsessed.
Three years on from their debut, MØL are back with a new chapter and a new track.
That track is called 'Photophonic' and is an absolute epic in so many harsh and harmonious ways.
Serving as their most accessible track, with intense melodies and almost sang refrains aplenty, but never straying too far from what makes them so monolithic, it's an incredible return and one you should be very excited about indeed.
The band had this to say about the track:
Vocalist Kim Song Sternkopf had this to say about the song's themes:
"'Photophobic' is centered around denial and self-deception. Fear of exposure of one’s past. The song encapsulates the dread of forcefully venturing through the painful but nonetheless important places of oneself and your history."
Get stuck in below:
It's taken from their upcoming record 'DIORAMA' which is set for release on November 05 via their new label Nuclear Blast.
The artwork looks like this:
And in case you need to hear it, and until we get to hear more from 'DIORAMA', here is the stunning 'Bruma' from the band's debut album 'JORD':