Review: Childhood by Haint

Atlanta GA’s Haint emerged some years ago from the ashes of one of the earliest Gypsy Farm groups, Ghost Lights.

The latter of this two-song release is titled Childhood and from the beginning, sets a somber tone with it’s scattered organs and a vulnerably displayed for all to hear.

Vaguely hovering above the curious tone, you’ll find a melody that holds everything together within a basket of sound, threating to rip at any moment.

“H/|][|\|T is a monster of the Immaterium. Daemon of Terminus Gap– nexus between worlds. She is apart of things and integral. She is screaming flame and burning sugar sweet.” – Bandcamp page

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