path by path is a recurring feature series in which artists guide readers through each song on their latest release. Today, Eze is showing us their second album, three-dimensional country.
Today (June 23), New York City indie rockers (and Consequence CoSign!) Geese return with their sophomore effort, three-dimensional country. Compared to the more angular post-punk of their debut, tourchthe new batch of songs finds the outfit reinventing itself becoming more cool, soulful, and increasingly unpredictable.
At some points, like the title track or “Cowboy Nudes,” it’s as if the band is taking cues from an alt-country playbook, while others see Geese turn abrasive (“Mysterious Love”) and Beatles-esque (” Gravity Blues”), or funky as hell.
I used to listen to songs like [Funkadelic’s] Vocalist Cameron Winter says “Hit It and Finish It,” “Nappy Dugout,” and the like, which provided most of the inspiration for something weird and soulful. a result About the song “I See Myself”, he accepted describing “Mysterious Love” as having “a dozen ’90s rock songs mixed into one little, overproduced package.”
From unique instrumentals to bizarre, yet impressive, winter performances, 3D country Capable of touching almost every corner of the music without breaking its continuity. While it steers clear of being overly extreme, the record is distinctly unafraid to explore, experiment, and find what works in its distinctive sonic realm.
Listen to Geese’s 3D country Below, followed by Winter’s Track by Track breakdown of the full album. The band is also set to hit the road this fall in support of the album. Get tickets for their next shows here.