Listen to the Apocalyptic Pop of Bravestation’s “Amadeus”

World off, synthphony on.

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Photo: Zach Hertzman

The self-described “apocalypse pop” trio, Bravestation, sends us wavy synthphony from Toronto with their new track “Amadeus” – an electro-assembly of wave-washed beats that swirls in pop motion. Tracks that take after the classics either fall into the hit or miss scale, never in-between; Bravestation definitely hits your ears like an apopcalyptic (no pun intended) meteorite:

Bravestation is made up of Devin Wilson (vocals, bass & keyboards), Derek Wilson (guitar & keyboards), and Jeremy Rossetti (drums & percussion), who started the band to mold their own form of dream pop. Bravestatin is a crossbreed between two works of literature; Huxley’s Brave New World and Hasting’s essay “The Station.” Just like Aupium was inspired by Colerdge’s Kubla Khan except Bravestation’s moniker doesn’t originate from stoner-inspired literature. Although “Amadeus” was released on February of this year as a single, Bravestation released their latest EP V back in September 2015. You can stream it in their SoundCloud. They have spring tour dates coming up:

4/8 – Detour Music Hall (St. Catharines, ON, Canada)

4/15 – The Moustache Club (Oshawa, ON, Canada)

4/16 – Dstrct (Guelph, ON, Canada)

4/22 – The Grad Club (Kingston, ON, Canada)

4/23 – The Oxford (Peterborough, ON, Canada)

4/30 – Lee’s Palace (Toronto, ON, Canada)