Experimental Punk brocoy. has shared a new video for “Enola Gay.” The multi-instrumentalist, who last released ‘Wild Blue’ in 2019, reinvents himself on the new track by exploring polyrhythms, angular guitars, electronic loops, and vocal harmonies.
“Enola Gay” explores the helplessness of having your life in someone else’s hands, and the accompanying video uses found footage to place that in the context of World War II and the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The song features production by Nick Ginn (Hellbent) and a pounding drum performance by Adam Furukawa (Terry Green, Tower of Silence).
brocoy. will be sharing more tracks throughout 2022. Follow him on Instagram for more updates.