Turtle Skull’s second album, Monoliths – a texture-rich record that dances between bone-crushing lows and ethereal highs.
Taking inspiration from Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd and Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Turtle Skull’s blend of warped psychedelia,
shattering doom and indie-rock sensibility merges into their own brand of music dubbed ‘flower doom’.
While the final product contains a faint similarity to the sounds of King Gizzard & The Lizzard Wizard, Khruangbin, or Kikagku Moyo,
Monoliths is distinctively its own beast. It’s a record that heaves and soars, taking joyous compositions and steering them headfirst
into a realm of fuzz and fury.