On single “State Of Decay,” Week In Pop writes, Max Foreman (Bouquet, Tenebre) “focuses on the micro and macroscopic perspectives that observe change, alterations and the various shifts that occur in the material realm during the narratives of existence. The natural cycles of erosion in connection to the human made world of concrete asphalt are observed in a resigned electro-lounge delivery that tenderly embraces the arms of entropy. The sincere and maudlin keys, smoky synths and Max’s balladeering presence make for a distant event that floats through the air and sees the world from an organic earth science approach lit aglow by electric utility lamps. Max paints portraits of nature running its course with a progression the coasts ahead like a plane gliding gracefully above an LED twinkling sea of city lights.” Check it out here.
The song is on the new Underground EP, Foreman’s solo debut, which is going for NACC adds next week.