“Brevony” is the third song to be released in advance of Ramona Falls’ new album Prophet, following “Sqworm” and “Spore.” “Brevony” finds former Menomena man Brent Knopf experimenting with the loud-quiet dynamic in one of the most erratic and exhilirating ways we’ve heard for a little while. Check it out below, check out those other two songs if you haven’t already, and definitely check out the album Prophet when it is released on Barsuk Records on May 1st.
MP3: Ramona Falls – “Brevony”
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