Wooly Mammoths “Come Undone”

Our Brussels-based neighbors of Wooly Mammoths ended 2016 with the release of a new EP supported by a second single. “Come Undone” is a psyche-pop track that will delight the fans of Tame Impala, The Beach Boys, and their fellas Robbing Millions.

About “Come Undone,” the band detailed:

“Come Undone” is about the fleetingness of happiness, the ebb and flow of your emotions, how quickly they can come and go. In moments when you should be feeling good, you aren’t or sometimes you feel great unexpectedly. It has jangly guitars and a pop vibe but a definite darker undercurrent.
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Wooly Mammoths are now a quintet but it all started with a mysterious solo project that eventually grabbed attention from Studio Brussel (the project was a finalist in their ‘De Nieuwe Lichting’ competition), and then NME. A whole adventure that precedes the release of their latest retro-infused video, that was made by Sander + Gretar.

Wooly Mammoths‘”Come Undone” is the second single off their debut EP, following up the previously released “Floated.” Stream the full EP below:

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