Duel Ferns is a Brooklyn based psychedelic rock band. They are outrageously experimental with a penchant for genre bending, stylistic fluidity, and spontaneously forming ethos. As musicians, they excel at creating and setting contexts. No matter how absurd or obscure. They feed it to the subconscious and draw from it as they progress through the soundscape. Call it wizardry or anything. But it demonstrates a genius that is redolent of Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree, or Led Zeppelin. Their latest single is ‘Softer Silence’, a track that has many layers and evolves across all of them. It opens with a dissonant frame of vocal whispers and scratched violins. The guitar unleashes the portal to space rock, swirling its ethos with the rest of the soundscape.

The vocals feed into an absurdist void and the violin melodies streak it with texture and patterns. There’s definitely so much of Bjork in the vocals. Its unique quotient – smoky, glassy and spanning enlarges the track. Focus on the bass and beats, you’ll experience an outworldly echo. Progressively, all these facets gain a synchronous frequency, a rhythm that is somehow, perfectly made to fit the diverse sonic contexts within the track. Not only that, but it makes them all make sense. Listen Now!

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Softer Silence’ by Duel Ferns here –