Dutch progressive rock trio Deanmoore‘s newest song ‘Three Steps’ is out today. It’s the group’s first release since last year’s single ‘Cannot Run / Cannot Hide.’
Deanmoore’s progressive approach traverses ambitious song structures as opposed to flaunting overt technicality. ‘Three Steps’ evolves through multiple phases that recount modern prog rock acts like Oceansize and Karnivool. It dissects how one discards the arrogance of youth and obtains humility through recovery. The track begins spaciously until a rising crescendo where Nils Wiegerinck meets the elevated stakes with his lofty vocals. Deanmoore traverse anthemic rock, segues of math rock and soft balladry reminiscent of Coldplay. They earn the track’s reflective coda after a crackling power-chord laden climax to find their protagonist soldiering towards self-reliance he previously lacked.
‘Three Steps’ is available on Spotify.
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