Moon Tide Gallery – ‘Television’

Baltimore’s Moon Tide Gallery releases new single ‘Television’

Moon Tide Gallery image via Tom Mclean

The release follows the previous single ‘Venus Fly Trap,’ both of which will appear on Moon Tide Gallery’s upcoming EP Stop Looking at Me Like That!, set to drop on June 6th.

Moon Tide Gallery, the brainchild of 23-year-old Baltimore producer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Mason Gainer, has released their new single ‘Television.’ Produced by notcharles, known for their work with Samuel T. Herring (Future Islands) and Tiberius B, ‘Television’ marks a significant evolution for Moon Tide Gallery. The track exemplifies a more mature and intricate sound, reflecting the project’s transition from a solo endeavor to a collaborative effort with notcharles as co-songwriter.

“What started out as a stripped folk-style song with just guitar and vocals slowly morphed into this psyched-out wave of noise. ‘Television’ is based off the idea of a dead thrill. What is inflicted and endured to bring it back to life and the comfort in stagnation.”

Reflecting on the creative process, Gainer shares:

“When working on the EP, our primary focus was on crafting an immersive atmosphere. We approached each track with a folk-style foundation centered on vocals and acoustic guitar and then built on it layer by layer. We incorporated recorded conversations, ambient audio, snippets of videos, and even environmental sounds like sirens and trains to create the overall effect.

“Sonically this EP wasn’t really inspired by any specific bands or artists and more so surroundings and environment. I tried to capture things that I ignore and spit them back out in a way that feels comforting. Sampling/emulating things like sirens, bar conversations, screaming, etc.”

Moon Tide Gallery’s new EP Stop Looking at Me Like That! will be released on June 6th, with the new single ‘Television’ available now.

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