The last time Metro Times checked in with Detroit's Double Winter they were gracing the 2018 incarnation of our annual bands to watch roundup.
"We wanted to capture surrealism with a super creepy vibe," she adds. "There's a spirit guide that's in control of the situation. Controlled chaos is something we try to explore."
"It was also in a dream," Morrison says. "When you’re dreaming you can play with control and spirits we wanted to explore that and interpreting dreams. I'm very into tarot and astrology and pulling symbols from my horoscope and looking at how it relates to our every day."
The band's self-titled 7'' boasts another roaring and hook-heavy track "Fall On Your Face," and for Vettraino, pairing it with "Oxen's Eye" was a conscious choice in moving their art forward.
"We felt these two songs really captured a lot of energy and fast and quick and catchy. These represent more of a progression as we age as a band and where we want to get to as a band."
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