July 11, 2024

Odyssey Moth drops 2-track EP, ‘Shattered’ – Out now

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Odyssey Moth

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The Detroit, Michigan-based dark electronic act Odyssey Moth has unveiled its latest EP, “Shattered”. “Shattered” is a double single release that includes the songs “Angry Girl” and “Broken and Burned“, both tracks are from the project’s forthcoming album out later in 2024.

“Angry Girl” is a song about the frustrations and the cynical acceptance of a relationship falling apart while “Broken and Burned” is a song about the pain felt from being pushed out and burned from a relationship and being blocked and not allowed to be a part of the birth of a child, divorce during pregnancy.

The EP was co-produced and mastered by Per-Anders Kurenbach in Bochum Germany.

About Odyssey Moth

Odyssey Moth is the conceptual project of Robert Andrew Bowman, also a founding member of the darkwave duo, Randoph’s Grin.

Bowman and Per Anders Kurenbach began to collaborate as a production team for the multi-collaborative music project called Plastic Assault Network ( AKA P.A.N.).

Currently, Bowman has composed eight full releases with the first three already released and the other five being in post-production. Bowman has also teamed up with keyboardist John Highberg and guitarist Stefan Carr to begin live performances later in 2024.

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Bernard - Side-Line Staff Chief editor
Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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