Heron – “Drop”

By Will Oliver, October 15th 2017 — with 1 comment Indie Instrumental Listen Post-Rock Stream

At this point in time it’s hard not to hear a beautiful instrumental rock track and not think of Explosions In The Sky. But when I compare a band to EIS it’s a compliment of the highest order, and I hope that Pennsylvania post-rock instrumental collective Heron don’t mind me doing so about their song “Drop.”

Featuring some moving guitar riffs and a strong rhythm core to hold down the fort, there’s a lot of outstanding and beautiful moments on “Drop,” a lovely track that is taken off of the group’s album You Are Here Now, released much earlier this year but still plenty worth your time. All the tracks were recorded live and locally to them in Kane, Pennsylvania a sound which they describe as “More of a composite sound experience than a series of songs.”

Get taken away by “Drop” below and stream the whole record over at their bandcamp page.

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