Regarded for his slick, genre-bending electronic rock, Bret Autrey – commonly known as Blue Stahli – produces cyberpunk anthems of the fringe zeitgeist. Available now is his newest single “The Mountain” which will appear on his new album Obsidian due out January 15, 2021. Today (December 22), the track’s video makes its premiere via MXDWN.
“The Mountain”-which follows previously released single “Prognosis”– was written when Autrey was caring for his mother (who was diagnosed with glioblastoma), and it is the shining beacon of the album and the beginning of the process for shaking out all of the emotion of the deadchannel_Trilogy. “The Mountain” combines both dread and hope, it is a slow and torturous climb, effortlessly told with an infectious melody.
“You’re in the middle of taking care of the emotions of that but also the incredible weight of trying to get someone through what is likely to be their last few months, and hopefully you can extend it,” says Blue Stahli. // Continue to the full article