Postcards sing about living in denial with “Hunting Season”

Colette Pomerleau / December 18, 2019

Photo credit: Rachel Tabet

Postcards is an ethereal shoegaze trio formed in 2012, and hailing from Beirut, Lebanon. Defined by hushed vocals and seemingly infinite sonic spaces, the characteristics themselves fall somewhere between soft noise and ambient soundscapes.

“Hunting Season” is their latest release, and the second single off the upcoming album The Good Soldier out this month via Berlin’s T3 records. The band states the song is about “living in denial by creating an idealistic version of life, where relationships and ethics are clear and unwavering.”

Try it out for yourself and listen below.

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