The Voidz share “Flexorcist”

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The triumphant return of Julian Casablancas and company.

The Voidz has shared with us through social networks his most recent single called “Flexorcist”with this we already have three new releases from the band so far in 2023, let’s remember that at the beginning of the year they gave us “Prophecy of the Dragon” and his collaboration with daft punk call “Infinity Repeating” where both were widely accepted by the band’s fans.

On this occasion they give us a song with synthesizers that will make us dance and lyrics where Casablancas He sings to entities, tombs and spirits while reading psalms. It is a 6-minute song where you never stop enjoying it. The song is very catchy, from the first moment it will make you dance and enjoy its rhythm, in some moments the synthesizers take a leading place and reminds us a lot of what he did New Order on some topics.

These are the things I must do/ They are not meant to upset you/ Some may just not be ready for the truth,” Casablancas sings on the song.

Without a doubt 2024 will be a good year for The Voidz, this new facet is displayed very well and we hope to continue listening to catchy melodies. Meanwhile, she runs to give him play to “Flexorcist” on your favorite platform and add it yourself playlisthas everything to be a success at your Halloween celebrations.


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