Opening with a tranquil snow shower of dissonance, the center of “Rewind the Wind” is a man trying to figure out what’s going on in his mind. Wry Climate frontman Dan Nelson stumbles on his words, watches the red lights on top of radio towers blink on and off, and questions his priorities while flowers sway in the wind and eventually decay. In addition, there’s a world of activity going on outside of his neurosis; a swirl of blissed-out guitars, piercing solos, and a hypnotic outro. It’s a symphony of pedal-enhanced guitars meeting the inner dialogue of a person trying to hold himself together, spooky action at a very close distance.
The new Wry Climate EP will be out later this year. Stream “Rewind the Wind” below:
Wry Climate - Rewind the Wind