UN's New Song "Sentiment" Is 12 Minutes Of Apocalyptic Doom
Un will release their sophomore effort Sentiment on September 28 and they're streaming the crushing, oddly beautiful title track from the effort right now.
Frontman and guitarist Monte McCleery tells Revolver that the song touches on the human condition via Friedrich Nietzsche's quote "What have we in common with the rosebud, which trembles because a drop of dew is lying upon it?"and pays homage to a few of his personal favorite poets.
"This phrase seems to highlight the very delicate, poetic nature of human existence and ultimately inspired the aesthetic for the entire album. The song also pays homage to a few of my other favorite poets, such as Ashton Clark Smith and Edgar Allan Poe, who I suspect also struggled with finding their place within this very conflicted world."
Pre-order Sentiment below.