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Limited white colored vinyl LP pressing. The perfect soundtrack for the melancholy set clad in black, leather, and lace. Following the release of the dreamy and bewitching darkwave debut single "Mirror Twin", Harsh Symmetry release their full-length debut, Display Model. With a vocal style reminiscent of Cocteau Twins collaborator Cinder (This Mortal Coil, Cindytalk), and Ian McCulloch of Echo & The Bunnymen, Harsh Symmetry's Julian Sharwarko is the epitome of old-school and post-punk and goth, capturing a vision that perfectly matches his sound, while physically resembling his music forebears to the point where he looks like he just stepped out of a copy of Smash Hits circa 1983.
Limited white colored vinyl LP pressing. The perfect soundtrack for the melancholy set clad in black, leather, and lace. Following the release of the dreamy and bewitching darkwave debut single "Mirror Twin", Harsh Symmetry release their full-length debut, Display Model. With a vocal style reminiscent of Cocteau Twins collaborator Cinder (This Mortal Coil, Cindytalk), and Ian McCulloch of Echo & The Bunnymen, Harsh Symmetry's Julian Sharwarko is the epitome of old-school and post-punk and goth, capturing a vision that perfectly matches his sound, while physically resembling his music forebears to the point where he looks like he just stepped out of a copy of Smash Hits circa 1983.
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Display Model [Colored Vinyl] (Wht)
Artist: Harsh Symmetry
Format: Vinyl
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Limited white colored vinyl LP pressing. The perfect soundtrack for the melancholy set clad in black, leather, and lace. Following the release of the dreamy and bewitching darkwave debut single "Mirror Twin", Harsh Symmetry release their full-length debut, Display Model. With a vocal style reminiscent of Cocteau Twins collaborator Cinder (This Mortal Coil, Cindytalk), and Ian McCulloch of Echo & The Bunnymen, Harsh Symmetry's Julian Sharwarko is the epitome of old-school and post-punk and goth, capturing a vision that perfectly matches his sound, while physically resembling his music forebears to the point where he looks like he just stepped out of a copy of Smash Hits circa 1983.
        
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