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Saves the Witch - "It's Dangerous to go Alone, Take Me"

Saves the Witch is a dynamic and mostly instrumental project led by Eric Maynes, a singer/songwriter turned Post Rock guitarist. With their blend of Post Rock, Post Metal, Art Rock, Shoegaze, Lo-Fi, and more, Saves the Witch creates a unique sound that has been praised for its eclectic and guitar-driven approach. The project's blues undertones further enhance their sonic palette.

Saves the Witch's first album, "Elements of Alchemy," achieved indie success with its dreamy and dark tones, as well as its calm and meditative mood on tracks like "Princess of Swords." Their second album, "Sounds from a Burning Forest," pushes slightly more into the Post Rock and Post Metal arenas, while still holding true to their unique sound.

The first single from the second album, "Dear Edea," showcases all the elements of the Saves the Witch sound. Meanwhile, the second single, "Embers and Ashes," proves that the project's meditative side is still ever-present.

The latest release from Saves the Witch is the album "It's Dangerous to go Alone, Take Me." This album brings together Chillwave, Post Rock, and Lo-Fi Rock influences to create a cohesive and captivating listening experience. The album's moods range from chill and romantic to sad and introspective, reflecting the project's dynamic and multifaceted approach to music.

Saves the Witch is an intriguing and unique project that is sure to captivate listeners who enjoy a blend of Post Rock, Post Metal, Art Rock, Shoegaze, Lo-Fi, and more. With their intricate guitar work, atmospheric soundscapes, and compelling instrumentation, Saves the Witch is a must-listen for anyone looking for something new and different.


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