PBSM’s New EP ‘Rainbow Girl’ Is Chromatic Rock That Sends High Chills

It’s intense, but chill

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Copenhagen-based duo PBSM has finally dropped their EP Rainbow Girl, a five-track odyssey that takes you between exhilarating yelps and breathy interludes that yield a stressfully blissful intensity. The EP has a chiffony feel to it, but with the density of a rock record that hover over psychedelic and dream pop waters. The notes sway between sharp strikes and husky echoes that wrap the lyrical introspection of identities, gender barriers, human bond, and isolation. Enjoy:

For the title track of the record, the Danish duo actually recruited Korean long-boarder/Instagram influence C-Jiny where we get to see her cruise through the streets of downtown Seoul. Watch below:

Comprised of childhood friend Lauritz Carlsen (vox, guitars) and David Tholander (bass, drummachine), PBSM has been making buzz across the alternative rock scene and toured with the likes of Nothing But Thieves and Arrows Of Love. Be on the lookout for more news from the duo.