INDyNS released their debut single "Fields Lie Fallow" in May 2012. The second track, "Destroyher" is a dark, ambient rock song with warm and whispy vocals that give it a kind of Cursive-esque swagger. The video for "Destroyher" features the band engaged in some kind of sacrificial monastic ritual that involves a lot of fire, what look like jars of honey, and a baby doll.
Like searching for the rogue colonel kurtz, music is the conduit through which they lovingly weave turmoil, spirits, and mirth;components which may make you dance, become blissfully lost in thoughtless thought, or maybe even shed a tear.
Sure, some songs may kindle torment(and who hasn't ever braved through that?)but even through the haze, they always land on their feet. Their zealous compositions filled with sensual melodies and strong atmospherics create an epic wall of sound. Resonating with genuine emotion, mighty buildups and fun choruses, the music will have you playing their songs on repeat.