Microcosms’ Latest Release Is A ‘Fairytale’

Microcosms themselves say that their music makes you question your entire beliefs. Fans of alt-rock, prepare for this changing venture of thoughts with the release of Microcosms’ new EP ‘Fairytale’. 

This Chicago based alt-rock band began spearheaded by the once solo project Andrew Tschiltsch (guitar/vocals). After spending years experimenting and finding his sound, Andrew recruited Bryan Emer (bass) and Jered Pipenbrink (drums) to help fill out the band and widen its sound.

Microcosms released their latest EP ‘Fairytale’ in October. For those who thought the ‘fairytale’ title may suggest a fluffy, happy ending – think again. Politically charged introspective questions are raised with the vocal ferocity of an early Protomartyr or Joy Division. You can also hear influences from some of the best in modern rock today such as Arctic Monkeys, Wolf Alice, Cage The Elephant and Courtney Barnett.

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