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Australian band Pleasure Symbols enter a new phase in 2019, physically
and stylistically with the forthcoming release of their first full
length record Closer And Closer Apart.
Three years have passed since the release of their debut,
self-titled EP through Avant!. The time away being a necessary moment of
reflection and regeneration for singer, songwriter and bassist Jasmine
Dunn. Joined by fellow musician Steven Schnorrer, the duo began the push
towards a more 80’s inspired post-punk sound with a ‘pop noir’ twist.
Deciding to record and produce the album themselves, gave the
freedom to take time to grow and explore their new direction as a song
Despite current trends in popular music, Pleasure Symbols continues
to focus on a more guitar based post punk, dream-pop sound, while slowly
diverging from a previous minimal wave, synth based musical output.
With themes of desire for desires sake and self confrontation, the
new musical direction may seem initially harrowing, but look closer and
you will see vulnerability and tenderness triumph over the struggle of
the human experience.