WL//WH Track of the Day: SEX CODE “Killing Us”

WL//WH Track of the Day SEX CODE 

Enigmatic newcomer Spanish trio Sex Code, with an electronic sound that conjures up ’80s-influenced Darkwave, Coldwave, Post-Punk, and Synthpop stylings, have dropped their proper debut single, “Killing Us”, almost the same time as a cover of Joy Division‘s 1980 classic “Love will tear us apart.”

Nihilistic lyrics throw all caution to the wind to embed themselves in a destructive lovelorn obsession.

Propelled by punchy snares, cut through by lashing claps, along relentless throbbing rubbery low ends, “Killing Us” weaves dark Synth-Pop sensibilities with seemingly organic, somberly melodic, both sonorous and ascending Post-punk basslines, and achingly emotional bright synth stabs, all beautifully glued together by rich dramatic vocalizations, brimming with dour heartfelt romanticism, to free pain and adoration into a bleeding river of toxic love.

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