Temple Invisible return with their startling new single ‘Burn The Waters’. It’s the duo’s first new music since their EP debut in 2015, and marks a shift in their sound – one that takes in between of chiming keys, swoon alt-pop, waves of organic percussion and arpeggiated synths, colored with Irina’s dark whisper vocals.
"'Burn The Waters' was first shaped in our mind when we were crossing the Nord Sea from Germany to Denmark. It was our first encounter with the Nord Sea and we felt something totally new and profound, like a distant friend whom you’ve never met, but when you do, you know you’ve known him or her since the beginning of time. This song may seem to be kind of sad but in the end, we feel that you are left in a state of being eased. Like in the chemical process of transforming from the solid phase directly to the gas phase, without going through the liquid phase, and even though water is liquid to begin with – its thickness clogs as tar, and then, by sublimation, it’s transformed into this light and bright feeling of peace." – Irina Bucescu explain.
"The duo summon tectonic plates of noise that shift subtly with earth-shattering consequences" — The Line of Best Fit
"Temple Invisible make tactile, trip-hop indebted songs with poise" — The FADER
"A brand of dark, icy, electronica that feels like someone took the industrial tremor of Depeche Mode and the trip-hop sprinklings of Portishead, and made them spend the night locked together in a pitch-black dungeon." — Thump/ VICE
"Irina's vocals draw you in with a dangerously smooth delivery of tone while the accompanying electro beats and synth sounds deliver wave after wave of hedonistic pleasure" — Subba-Cultcha
"Dark, neo-industrial electronics" — Clash
"We can't get enough" — Wonderland Magazine
"A sonically industrial lattice" — Dots & Dashes
"Paving the way in electronic music" — Hunger Magazine
"creeping, emotive, glitchy" — BULLETT Magazine
released April 7, 2017