Tempesst Juggles Life, Death & Meaning In “Doomsday”

Psyche pop

Photo: Courtesy of Propeller Communications

London-based Aussie quintet Tempesst scratches deep into our own existentialism in their new psyche-infused single “Doomsday.” It’s a mental whirlwind where the hypnotic percussions captures the private moodiness we all experience as we think about the meaning – if there is such thing – of it all. It spins, oscillates, and uncoils like an abstract figure that flows around you in a groovy fashion. Stream below:

“I have been caught in a ‘meaning of life’ spiral which I guess is pretty normal in your 20’s. It’s the first time that I’ve felt so aware of my mortality and it probably doesn’t help that the Facebook and Netflix algorithms keep feeding me documentaries on the topic! Doomsday is about one of my many anxious spirals.” shared vocalist Toma Banjanin.

The track is from their upcoming EP Doomsday, which will be out on August 3rd via Pony Recordings. Tempesst will be playing some shows across the UK in the upcoming weeks, so go check them out:

7/16 – O2 Ritz Manchester (Manchester, UK)

7/17 – O2 Forum Kentish Town (London, UK)

8/2 – Lion Coffee + Records (London, UK)