“I got a heartbeat/I got some sense of self/I’ve got a closet/Skeletons on the shelf”
Thus begins “Skeletons”, the first track from Where The Nightmare Gets In-Theta: Chapter One by Sweden’s Nervous Nellie. It’s the lead track off the first in a series of mini-albums/EP’s that will eventually be released together as their fourth full-length in December.
But how does it sound?
Amidst a driving low end, layered synths and vocals reminiscent of Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears and New Radicals’ Gregg Alexander, Nervous Nellie explodes onto the scene with a sound that can be best described as indie post-punk Pop. Got it? Good.
And the video?
It’s cool! If you like fire, a sense of tribalism, and dig the song already then this is the perfect visual accompaniment.
Theta: Chapter One is available now on Amazon and Itunes. You can also stream it on Spotify, Rdio, and Deezer.
Where The Nightmare Gets In will be released in December. I , for one, am excited to hear what’s to come. To find out more about Nervous Nellie, head on over to their Facebook page here.