EP Review: “Birds Aren’t Real” by Shaven Primates

Get ready for an unforgettable experience as Shaven Primates  takes you on a psychedelic ride on “Birds Aren’t Real.” Shaven Primates is a 5-piece dark-wave, art-rock, proto/post-punk band that seeks to push the boundaries of the genre and the band has cooked up something special that grasps your attention and make you ponder the world around you.

The first 3 songs on the EP, “Fade Away,” “A Decision,” and “Silicon Implants,” are like a musical rollercoaster of emotions. Each song has its own unique vibe, with melodies that stick with you and lyrics that make you think long after the music stops. The raw and authentic voice gives the song a sonic feeling while drawing attention to the lyrics of the song.

If you’re into alternative and progressive rock that makes you feel something, give this EP a spin, Shaven Primates have poured their hearts and souls into it, and it shows. Shaven Primates have poured their hearts and souls into it, and it shows

The outro/last song on the ep is self-titled, “Birds Aren’t Real” is like nothing you’ve ever heard before, they take this wild conspiracy theory about birds being government drones and turn that into an epic song. It’s catchy, it’s clever, and it’s thought-provoking all at once.

Listening to the EP, you would realize Shaven Primates blends different musical styles, giving it a fresh and exciting sound. What really sets this EP apart, is the deep stuff they’re singing about. They tackle some heavy topics, from the dark side of social media to the struggles of not fitting in with society’s expectations. It’s real, it’s raw, and it’s relatable.

“Birds Aren’t Real” isn’t just an EP; it’s an experience. It’s like a journey into the unknown, and once you start, you won’t want to stop.

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