Belgian rock quintet The Guru Guru have released 'Mache' the latest single taken from the bands sophomore record Point Fingers, which is set for release on January 31st 2020.
On the bands upcoming offering, vocalist Tom Adriaenssens said: "Racing thoughts can lead to stress and anxiety but there is always escapism, arts, useless matters to channel them. The chorus is sung as a tribute to romance and my relation with it. The song needed a rap about life and I wanted it to be sincere, like real rap. That moment in my life felt dull, so it had to be a dull rap about a dull life and a chorus about putting “wet on the real” as a reaction to it. Many people, including me, tend to mask, stage, and filter what they show to the outside world. Just like adding “wet” to the delay effect on a vocal recording."
The Guru Guru have been pushing their math rock forward for 7 years now, and have sounded at home sharing stages with the likes of Brutus and Raketkanon and have also found success at UK festivals ArcTanGent and Portals
You can check out the bands new single 'Mache' below: