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Immerse Yourself in the Captivating Sovietwave of BLIND SEAGULL “Passing By”

What happens when you’re born an outcast in a homogenous culture? A lot of you reading this will probably appreciate the message behind this new single from Kaliningrad’s BLIND SEAGULL. Set to their compelling Sovietwave sound, they tell a story of someone who doesn’t want to meet the expectations they were born into, and prefers to let the rat race happen around them as they run in the opposite direction. The beautiful simplicity of their song “Passing By” has me captivated, and now I’m patiently waiting for their full length to drop! Their new record Personal Decay comes out on June 24 via Avant! Records — pre-order it here. Right now, we’re excited to share their new video for “Passing By” with you!

LYRICS:
I could do more
But I don’t want to interrupt myself
From doing nothing
And permanent being nowhere
Someone worried
But am patient and feel fine
And there’s no need for me
There is no need to cross the line

Live has gone
And I don’t want to take part
Let it passing by
And it’s passing by
And it’s passing by

I’ve closed the curtain
I’ll never need to look outside
My dream is to
Is to commit the social suicide
Someone worried
But am patient and feel fine
And there’s no need for me
There is no need to cross the line

CREDITS:
Special thanks to Kirill Bykov.

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BLIND SEAGULL
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Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation.

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