Latest single from the Rouen-based band's incoming full-length 'Alien' out today
French psych-noise trio Servo are today unleashing the video for ‘Yajna’, the second single to be taken from their incoming ‘Alien’ LP which is due for release May 1st via Fuzz Club. A piece of tortured, powerful post-punk delivered with a formidable motorik gusto and bucketloads of feedback and distortion, you can stream the new single and its accompanying video below.
Talking about the single, the band say: “'Yajña' is a ritual sacrifice with a specific objective. Here the main objective is to glorify the non-existence of morality. In fact, the lyrics are asking what is real and what is not, and arrive at the conclusion that none of that really matters. The song is, at the beginning, built as a rising of anger which builds up until the point it bursts apart and vanishes."
Comprised of Arthur Pierre (guitar/vocals), Louis Hebert (bass/vocals) and Hugo Magontier (drums/vocals), Servo have spent the last few years bringing their intense live-show – an assault of trance-inducing noise and blinding flashes of light – to growing audiences around mainland Europe and the UK.
Servo's second album ‘Alien’ is out May 1st and is available to pre-order on vinyl here.