The Voidz are back with a new single called “Flexorcist” just in time for Halloweekend.
As its name might suggest, “Flexorcist” dabbles in some macabre subject matter, as Julian Casablancas sings of gravestones, metaphorical firing squads, and spirits reading psalms. Throughout the nearly six-minute-long track, he appears to grapple with the fear of being deemed “crazy,” though he also seems to argue that feeling that way is only natural in times like these: “These are the things that I must do/ They are not meant to upset you/ Some might just not be ready for the truth,” he croons.
Stylistically, “Flexorcist” sees The Voidz lean into their poppier side, layering synths and new wave-inspired guitars over the tune’s catchy melodies. Stream the track below.
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Earlier this year, The Voidz returned with the single “Prophecy of the Dragon.” Next week, they have a four-night residency in Brooklyn, and you can grab tickets here.