We have some more quality music for your listening pleasure. Denton-based quintet Matthew And The Arrogant Sea returns with a brand new standalone single that will unquestionably appeal to all indie rock fans. Webs showcase all the qualities of this outstanding group, and it’s undoubtedly one of those songs that serve as a follow-up to DFK or Santa Isn’t Happy, Baby, two tracks these experienced musicians released last year. However, Webs also delivers some innovations in terms of writing, composing, and production. Perhaps their new composition carries fundamentals of a contemporary indie rock sound, but Matthew And The Arrogant Sea also included some of the finest properties of other music genres. There are some elements borrowed from alternative, psych-rock, art-rock, garage rock, synth rock, and Brit-pop that provide more depth and complexity to this track. Of course, these sonic ingredients also serve as enhancements, accentuations, decorations, and other details that uplift Webs on an entirely new level.
Matthew And The Arrogant Sea shine with a tremendous experience during the entire composition. You’ll immediately notice how these skillful musicians shaped a luxurious ambiance by delivering glassy, delicate, and catchy chord progressions and riffs while the warm-sounding basslines provide more depth and clarity to the beforementioned orchestrations. Of course, these equally complex low-end notes also serve as a binding element between guitars and flawlessly performed rhythmic sequences based upon well-accentuated beats, breaks, fills, and other percussive acrobatics. Still, mesmerizing vocal performance of Matthew Gray is a centerpiece of this number, and it’s nearly mindblowing how his well-balanced combination of low, mid, and high notes perfectly applies to the sonic background. The band thought about all the arrangements, and you’ll hear how every segment arrives with a comprehensive collection of skillfully assembled instrumentations. Matthew And The Arrogant Sea are not joking around with their music, and Webs is more than rock-solid proof of it. It will instantly become your go-to track whenever you need ear-appealing, flawlessly performed indie rock music. The single is available on all streaming platforms.