Coor Brow-Obles has today released his new single titled ‘The Rats’. Dark and dirty overtones with an even darker set of influences, both musically and internally, make ‘The Rats’ the shit with a solid infusion of retro alternative and modern execution.
Post punk meets pre-classic with originality that only comes from a true artist.
About Coor Brow-Obles
Infusing melancholic and macabre introspection with high adrenaline riffs and moonlit synths designed to make your spine shiver with anticipation, Coor Brow-Obles is influenced by whispers of 80’s alternative pop and delivers a modern take on 90’s Post-Punk.
The South-Eastern Singer/Songwriter has returned after successfully crowdfunding his latest EP “Missi_g” with its first single “THE RATS” – a Gothic-Rock song ready for Halloween that instils the fear of campy B-Movies like “Deadly Eyes” with its sharp guitar lines and haunting Theramin bridges. Inspired by the homonymous series by James Herbert, “THE RATS” this song creates a seance to bands like “Siouxsie and the Banshees” and “London After Midnight”, whilst being directly inspired by “Voltaire and the Oddz”.