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Origins of Nebulae Blurs the Lines with "Motion Blur"


Motion Blur

French band Origins of Nebulae trades the driving guitars of their debut "Keep Breathing" for a more ethereal soundscape on their sophomore album, "Motion Blur." This shift reflects the band's artistic growth, venturing beyond traditional structures to craft a dynamic and immersive experience.


The album departs from the hard-driving rock of their 2017 debut "Keep Breathing," instead embracing a more ethereal and instrumental aesthetic.  Swirling guitars and layered arrangements create a sense of motion, perfectly capturing the album's title. Tracks like the lead single "Fallin' Cucumber," whose whimsical lyrics, "I thought I would chase my mind away from my head walls", showcase the band's ability to weave complex emotions into strangely beautiful narratives.


Motion Blur
Origins of Nebulae

"The Moon Will Rise Again," the album's powerful single, exemplifies this shift.  It echoes a sentiment from their first album's "The Sun Will Stop Shining," but with a newfound optimism.  The lyrics themselves are poetic explorations of the beauty hidden in everyday details,  prompting introspection  with lines like "The light comes down on the warm wooden floor and The spell knocked me down, down there, by the lake."



"Motion Blur" is an album best experienced with headphones on and eyes closed. It's a sonic escape for those seeking refuge from the every day, a chance to get lost in a world of shimmering guitars, thoughtful lyrics, and the gentle hum of human connection. 


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