It's an experimental mesh of soul, punk, electronica, and spoken-word storytelling and using only drums, synths, and voice, JPTR rain hell - "Oblivious" grows from a sinister sapling into a towering, mighty forest. The twosome toy with texture and silence in the opening minute until vivid, jazz funeral beats clank forwards towards a shuddering climax. 

JPTR are sharing "one song every full moon in 2016", and "Oblivious" is the duo's seventh offering following "Attack", "Master Babe", "Revolution", "Jesus Christ JPTR", "Skywalker", and "Europa".

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