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Conundrum Release Debut Single 'Temporal Drifts'

Jun 16, 01:24pm

PGDAV's resident alternative rock outfit, Conundrum, have released their debut single, 'Temporal Drifts', on SoundCloud and YouTube. The track is said to be off of an upcoming EP bound to hit soon.

New Delhi based alternative rock band, Conundrum, released their debut single, 'Temporal Drifts', yesterday on SoundCloud and YouTube. PGDAV's resident band, first came together in 2011, and has since created quite the stir in the college music scene. Their debut song delves into the progressive alternative rock sound space, featuring 'Tom Morello-ish power' riffs blending into melodic bridges, serving as a quick fix to any 'alt rock' junkie. "I wrote the basic structure of the song," guitarist Ashwin Ramanathan tells us, "And our vocalist [Shiv Hastawala], wrote the lyrics for the song. It is off of an EP to come out soon." The track was recorded with Trigger bassist, Paras Khanna, at Hourglass Studio. "It was awesome, we took our own sweet time," Ashwin says, "and weren't in a rush." With a single officially out into the universe, the band are set to shell out some great music, Ashwin says: "For now we're looking at writing new material, and playing shows."

Strem 'Temporal Drifts' by Conundrum below:

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