After an incredible run of collaborations, with Lynn Avery and Nat Harvie, Cole Pulice returns to a solo outing with their latest, Scry. The first peek into the album come via the dawn light leanings of “City in a City,” pairing loping piano with Cole’s plaintive sax work. The record, as Cole describes it, is “about being trapped between states” — dreams within dreams, time displacement, a stuck feeling that’s hard to pin down but that can be felt pushing down all around us. The first cut certainly has a bit of a stasis feeling to it, but it’s also full of possibility. It’s a positive take on purgatory, glued in place but looking out towards the horizon with hope. Pulice’s sophomore album Scry, os out September 30th from on Moon Glyph.
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