Tulipomania, set to drop their new album Dreaming of Sleep next month, has unveiled a beguiling single as a sneak peek, a teaser for the curious ears out there. And let me tell you, it’s an intriguing auditory voyage. This time around, they’ve taken a deep dive into the digital realm, save for a lone guitar inclusion, immersing themselves in a world of synths and electronic percussion. The outcome? Every bit as nimble and nuanced, unconventional and captivating as anything you’d find in the analog domain…

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