The epic, insistent track was just premiered with a great writeup on Weirdo Wasteland, who called the track “a lavish and many-sided track that showcases the artist’s musical dexterity.”
About the new single, Gregor himself says “Senseless is an exploration in tangential groove dedicated to the repetitive cycle of making mistakes and subsequent inability to learn from them.”
Senseless is the follow-up The Rock (and the Stars), Destiny‘s gently beautiful first single, which found its way onto NME, Rolling Stone, Brooklyn Vegan and elsewhere.
Gregor’s second album Destiny takes the spacious, inquisitive pop of his acclaimed debut Silver Drop and puts it through a warped filter. Beginning gently, the album grows progressively haunted, with images reflecting and refracting until Gregor’s much-loved bedroom pop is completely reimagined. As always, Gregor plays virtually every instrument on the album.
Gregor also plays bass in Laura Jean’s live band and sings backup on Sweet Whirl’s recent album How Much Works. With a live band of up to nine people, Gregor has played festivals such as Golden Plains, Dark Mofo, Camp Doogs, Boogie Festival, Something Unlimited and The Others Way (NZ).
Senseless is out digitally from Tuesday September 22.
Destiny is out on November 13 on silver vinyl and digital. Pre-save or pre-order here.