Plastic House by North Ship: Review
Hailing from the Danish Capital, the dynamic rock duo North Ship’s latest single will take you sailing on a trippy sea of synths and basses.
Following the success of their previous single, Green Light, North Ship hit full throttle with their new single, Plastic House. Driven by Francis Nørgaard’s loud thumping drums, the track features Tom Golzen’s scintillating guitars and synths to set up the stage for Tom’s vocals to take over. Combined with the enchanting drums and the synth bass, the vocal melodies create a heavy psychedelic atmosphere.
“There’s room to be who you are
Blazing comet or falling star
Are you a comet or a falling star?”
Combining glitchy synths, synth bass, hard-hitting drums and a melodious guitar, the song blurs the line between traditional rock and electronic music. Either way or both, the song is definitely on the heavier side with those rumbly drum beats and the thick synth bass. To balance it out, Tom Golzen’s melodious lead guitar adds some brightness that really contrasts in the mix. His vocal delivery of the cryptic lyrics adds that element of mystery to it and gives the song its psychedelic vibes. The storm calms down for a while during the ending guitar solo but unleashes itself again for an epic ending. If you want a ride on the new wave of psychedelic rock, North Ship welcomes you aboard!
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Review by: Gabe Finch