Trust’s almost-self-titled 2012 LP TRST is probably the evilest electronic record to see release this year, and it’s not all the Toronto duo have up their sleeves – here’s “Divine,” a previously unreleased song the band are tacking onto an EP centered around LP cut “Dressed for Space.” It’s customarily demonic – echoed, layered, inscrutable vocals sound like something out of a David Lynch film, and so do those sweeping drones and that eerie-catchy synth burble. If the track fits its title, it’s divine in the sense established by bands like Hercules and Love Affair – massive, evil, regal, and all-powerful. Check it out.
Check Out: Trust – “Divine”
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