by MythofRock

Brooklyn-based supergroup Clone, a collective comprising luminaries from The Veldt, Dead Leaf Echo, Namesake, and Pilot to Gunner, rises from the depths of the post-punk underworld with their offering, “Dividing Line”. A tantalizing glimpse into their forthcoming debut album, this single is a political dark, post-punk song, a wake-up call to stand up and fight. The haunting opening chords of the song draw listeners into its shadowy embrace, then the vocals give a raw energy, which leads to a punk rock explosion. At the heart of the track lies its rude verses, which drive the song forward to an angry refrain. The interplay between the guitars and the rhythm section is noteworthy, as they lock into a hypnotic groove that propels the song to greater heights. Mastermind LG Galleon delivers a commanding vocal performance, his emotive delivery imbuing the political lyrics with a sense of urgency and passion. Production-wise, the track is the output of the band’s attention to detail and craftsmanship – “Dividing Line” boasts a clear yet aggressive sound that captures the essence of Clone’s energy. The mix is balanced and dynamic, allowing each instrument to shine while maintaining a sense of cohesion and unity. “Dividing Line” sets the stage for Clone’s debut album with confidence and style. With its infectious rhythms and thought-provoking lyrics, the track is sure to leave a great impression on listeners, inviting them to delve deeper into the mysterious and wild world of Clone. This song heralds the arrival of a new force in the post-punk landscape, destined to carve out their unique niche.

♦ 8/10

Dimitris Zacharopoulos

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