“In The End” by Gods Of Sometimes featuring J Mascis
Gods Of Sometimes has droped their first single, “In The End” featuring J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. today. The duo, consists of bassist Brad Davis (FU MANCHU) and guitarist/vocalist Andrew Giacumakis (MOAB), play a folk tinged space rock on their first outing; the track is off their debut album due out summer 2023.
Commenting on the song, Davis says:
“When the song “In The End” came together we saw it as an opportunity to give a nod to The Beatles. One of our big musical influences. We had the luck of being graced by a guest guitar solo from another big influence. J Mascis did us the favor of lending his talents. His style of reckless melody brought things to a new level. Although it’s called “In The End” we felt it was the best song to put out first!”
Brad Davis (bassist for Fu Manchu) and Andrew Giacumakis (guitarist/vocalist for Moab) met in the studio in the mid-2010’s while working on Fu Manchu’s “Gigantoid” (2014) and “Clone of the Universe” (2018). Andrew served as a recording engineer/producer for the records and the two multi-instrumentalists quickly developed a friendship and discovered a mutual love of mellower music outside the realm of the heavy genres they both worked in. They decided to make an album together.
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