"Avoidance" is a track that deep dives into exploring the frustration of miscommunication between lovers, where haunting synths and Nadia Garofalo's sharp, spitting delivery pair up with seriously sinister results.
The track is the second single to come from their upcoming debut album entitled Odd Talk, which is set to be released on 20 April. It's another demonstration of Ganser's knack for creating razor sharp tracks that take the post-punk energy of bands such as Gang Of Four and translates into something that is wholly their own.
There's a real driving force behind the track that pulls you in, where it's hypnotic bassline and swirling guitars race forward into an abyss that's full of pulsating anger and resentment. It's also got something about it that is - simply put - effortlessly cool.
The four-piece will be heading out on tour across America which will see them play some shows alongside Bloody Knives, and inevitably continue to carve their imprint on the scene.