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NEWS: Chain Wallet share new track ‘Remnants of a Night’

Bergen-based indie group Chain Wallet have just released their music-anticipated self-titled debut album via Jansen Plateproduksjon.  The album, as Frode Boris puts it, is an attempt to “capture the acute distress of an afflicted character; his self-indulgent pity, gradual loss of touch with reality and his forlorn attempts on returning to normal life.  The abrupt disintegration unveils interesting tensions between urgency and inertia.  The album is about fragmented memories, unfulfilled ambitions and the quiet whisper of a stranger.

If you need another taste of the band’s melancholic sound before partaking in the full LP, they have shared a final track from the record, ‘Remnants of a Night.’  It encapsulates everything we’ve come to expect from Chain Wallet: nostalgic, sepia-hued indie with small but hopeful flourishes of synths.  The band’s Christian Line Aanesen said about the track: “’Remnants of a Night’ is probably the darkest track from our upcoming album.  The track is about insisting on realizing the implicit opportunity in a crisis.  This believed opportunity captures us in a dreamlike existential drama.”  Listen below.

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