On ‘Fell In A Hole,’ Petra Glynt is a bird who analyzes Human activity

Following up to her recent frenzied single ‘This Trip,’ Montreal’s multi-media artist Petra Glynt is back today with a new single, ‘Fell In A Hole,’ in line with her previous offering. The left field artist combines experimental music and engaged message. Listen to it below.

Once again, Petra Glynt masters the use of rhythmic samples in her new single ‘Fell In A Hole.’ The extravagant track is notably marked by loud drums, tons of effects and very strange vocals processing. In this new single, she takes a -critical- bird’s eye view on Human activity as she detailed:

This song is is a reflection from a bird’s eye view. How different their view is of the landscape and natural world below as they fly above looking for a place to land, food to eat, shelter, etc. and how it greatly differs from a human’s view of it based on how we use it and treat it, specifically in reference to resource extraction and how overconsumption has visibly shaped the landscape. Take a look at ariel photography of the Alberta tar sands for example.
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Petra Glynt‘s ‘Fell In A Hole’ is now available via Vibe Over Method. Re-discover her previous single ‘This Trip,’ which was labeled as Thunderclap: Best New Music on HighClouds.

Keep it up with Petra Glynt via her Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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