Experimental artist’s Samuel Shea and Julien O’neill, aka Warbly Jets, are making a statement on the wonders and pitfalls of the information age with their new track, “TMI”. An electrically charged cut that hopes to envelop listeners as they enjoy the juxtaposing sounds of symphony-like runs of classical violins laying over a surge of electronic production, the project is manic and consuming in nature. And, with “TMI” offering an insight into their upcoming project Monsterhouse, it becomes clear that the LA-based talents are looking towards the crossover between humanity and technology to provide a thought-provoking comment on society.
“It’s a patchwork narrative of our own experiences,” explains O’neill when speaking on the upcoming project. “But, I hope people listening will find a lot to relate to with the questions we’ve been asking ourselves. Things like, why do you feel that you can’t go on without that person? How did you grow up so fast? How do you change again for the better?”
And, while the drop of their new album is on the horizon, that is not the only new release that the pair are treating their fans to. The newly-released “TMI” music video, which is directed by John Frost, boasts an exciting air of chaos from the get-go which is only furthered by the scenes of a contemporary dancer erratically contorting their body and the Warbly Jets rocking out in a mirrored room, all of which allows the track’s technology-focused messaging to prevail.
Listen to “TMI” below…