Space Discovery: PSYKOBREAK!
Welcome to Space guys!!
We’ll introduce today an incredible and prominent project called PSYKOBREAK!.
This is a concept band that features a series of original characters; it is composed of 5 members that work together not only to create music but also to create a horror/comedy web series starring these characters, set to be released in the near future.
Their latest music release is RAT KING, a future/dark pop production with groovy and melodic elements, gloomy vibes, and lush stabs of woozy synths.
The tune is recorded and produced to a very high-standard quality and professional level: we can hear some clean yet strong and punchy drums, followed by reversed and wide synths that add suspense and dynamic to the song.
On top of it, the incredible vocals lead the track with an extremely unique, provocative, sensual and dark vibe: we can say that’s PSYKOBREAK!’s signature.
Congratulations on your new release! Briefly present yourself to our Space Travellers!
We are an idol group from the Uncanny Valley… Each singer is a character cast in a horror/sci-fi/comedy web-series coming soon!
What’s the story behind your latest release?
This song is performed by a character named Lullaby. She is a doll hitman, created in a lab by a mad scientist that she has an unhealthy attachment to.
We stumbled upon a Wikipedia article about Rat Kings: mummified rats that have been found tangled together. Relationships can sometimes end up like this; toxic codependency traps people in inescapable messes. Even if you want to escape, the rat tails of repeated patterns and learned helplessness keep you locked in a situation that isn’t healthy for anybody.
What are your plans for the future?
We’re working hard on our music-based web-series set to release on YouTube! Keep a lookout for more singles releasing this year that will be featured in music videos.
Optional: If you had a time machine, in which era would you travel and which kind of music would you bring with you in the past?
Honestly, bringing EDM to any time in the past before modern computing would be quite interesting and hilarious! How would they comprehend the bleeps, bloops and wubs? Would they like it, or interpret it as atonal garbage?