Being a fan of an indie band is almost like making an investment: you buy the record, wear the pin or t-shirt, make more converts (but not too many!).
So, apart from some classics and obscurities, listening to a recently disbanded act feels uninteresting.
Helsinki shoegaze group Delay Trees released a great album, their fourth, and called it a day, both to surprisingly little fanfare. What’s the point?
Well, it’s a beautiful testament and perhaps it could act as a sort of memento mori: cherish and support your favourite band while they’re still here.
Stream “Let Go” on Bandcamp.