The House Flies are a post rock and alternative band with ideas that have expression only through their music. When you think about the band’s brand, you can’t help but correlate it to the conceptual work of Tortoise, Cul de Sac, and sometimes even the genius of Sigur Rós. Their ability to connect textures, tones, chroma to make obscure themes relevant is incredible. The House Flies’ sophomore single is ‘She Hums Mozart’. 

Now, this theme can be experienced, thought about, imagined, and interpreted in so many ways. The track forged the band’s idea of the theme, its provenance progressively. With deep basses, wiry grooves, hypnotic cycles, and avant garde infusions, they walk the balance between monotones and asymmetric work. 

The atmosphere of the track, streaked with low energy riffs, shadow vocals, and rolling motifs sets the scene. It is a bountiful and boundless landscape to allow your contemplation to stretch out, explore, discover, and develop. If you want it, there’s also a psychedelic plane, dazing and surreal that forms gentle along the edge. The composition is beautiful in its ambivalence and you can take it to any feeling, place, or destiny you want. Listen Now! 

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

You can listen to ‘She Hums Mozart’ by The House Flies here –