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The Unyielding Sound of The Kiss That Took A Trip: From 'Skull and Crossbones' to 'Victims of Avantgarde'

The Kiss That Took A Trip, spearheaded by the enigmatic M.D. Trello, stands as a testament to this ethos, weaving a rich tapestry of sound that deftly navigates the realms of post-rock, ambient, and experimental music

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With a career spanning nearly two decades, The Kiss That Took A Trip has carved out a niche for itself, captivating audiences with its introspective melodies, ethereal atmospheres, and unyielding authenticity. For fans ofTalk Talk, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, Mogwai, and Angelo Badalamenti, this indie pop dark-wave fusion is one to watch...


At the heart of The Kiss That Took A Trip's discography lies the track 'Skull and Crossbones,' a poignant anthem that serves as a harbinger of the project's evolution. Originally released as part of a digital maxi-single in January 2024, 'Skull and Crossbones' embodies a paradoxical optimism, its propulsive energy and singalong quality belying its introspective lyrical themes. As the lead single from the upcoming album 'Victims of Avantgarde,' 'Skull and Crossbones' stands as a testament to the project's enduring resilience and unwavering commitment to artistic exploration.




In 'Victims of Avantgarde,' The Kiss That Took A Trip delves deep into the realms of experimentation and innovation, pushing the boundaries of its musical palette while retaining the signature elements that define its sound. With tracks that range from the atmospheric and introspective to the bold and adventurous, the album serves as a culmination of years of artistic exploration and reflection. Anchored by the anthemic energy of 'Skull and Crossbones,' 'Victims of Avantgarde' invites listeners on a journey of self-discovery and artistic revelation, challenging conventions and defying expectations at every turn.



As The Kiss That Took A Trip prepares to unleash its latest opus upon the world, one thing remains abundantly clear: this is not merely music; it is a manifesto of resilience, a testament to the enduring power of artistic expression in the face of adversity. With 'Skull and Crossbones' as its rallying cry, 'Victims of Avantgarde' stands as a testament to the unyielding spirit of The Kiss That Took A Trip, a beacon of hope and inspiration in an ever-changing world.

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