"Grunge" is technically defined as "a style of rock music characterized by a raucous guitar sound and lazy vocal delivery." While we certainly wouldn't place Psychic Love in the "raucous" or "lazy" category, her distinct brand of "dream grunge" is the most impeccable description for today's premiere of her latest single.
"Dye Pack" opens with a euphonic guitar melody smoothly leading into frontwoman Laura Peters' melancholy vocals about a fleeting love that's "already gone." Bandmates Max Harrison (guitar) and Liam McCormack (bass) support this notion with ebbing and flowing instrumentation resulting in the eventual realization, "When I looked back, you weren't there anyway." Peters noted about the song's meaning,
“'Dye Pack' is a song about how even the smallest relationships leave a mark on you, and how the bigger ones can be a huge, confusing, mess."
This tune is the third single from the Psychic Love's upcoming debut album, The Hive Mind. The record is due this month, but in the meantime, your exclusive stream of "Dye Pack" is below.