Off is the first single from Céh’s second long-player Love Song Demon, out soon on Evocative Objects. Budapest based noise rock duo Céh is something of a minimalist punk experiment, a collision of two worlds: Raymond Kiss’ visceral guitar and Gábor Kovács’ rough and rugged electronic sounds and intense vocal presence. The outcome is an amalgam of noise rock, industrial punk and delightfully crude drum programming. The band’s debut Youth is Impossible was released in 2015 by the Hungarian art collective Brain Fatigue. Céh is one of the SHAPE projects playing at the upcoming Les Siestes Electroniques festival in Toulouse, France. Watch the video for the single, involving lot of coffee making, below.
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