No Mono Share The Cathartic & Tender ‘Frostbitten’
No Mono are on another level. The duo have shared a very special cut from their upcoming debut album—the soulful and tender, Frostbitten.
Though it seemed unimaginable, No Mono strip back even more on Frostbitten. They shed away the ambling synth wobbles and stark electronic claustrophobic sounds. We’re left with a harsh piano line and Tom Snowdon’s impressive vocal range. It’s a personal moment and looks to be the most stark track to lie on the upcoming debut album. It holds an enormous weight to and, as Snowdon confines, he expressed a cathartic feeling when recording this—as if gravity no longer affected him.
“Recording the track was like letting go of a heavy, sad weight. It was important to make in that way because it helped with accepting things and moving on,” digressed Snowdon.
You have two chances to catch No Mono once their album is out: in Sydney as part of the incredibly boutique Vivid Live lineup, and at their first festival appearance at none other than Splendour in the Grass.
No Mono Live Dates
SAT 2 JUNE
Sydney Opera House, Sydney
FRI 20 – SUN 22 JULY
Splendour in the Grass, Byron Bay