Hey Bre - liked the title of this piece from the very beginning. Nice introduction and symphonic arrangements here. Like I appreciate that this is different right from the very beginning. I always find the trick to avant garde and avant pop is to have that avant part with also being somewhat accessible. Like Bjork and Eno seem to be able to pull that off. .. and Tom Waits too. So my takeaway here is how you can make your music a little more accessible - I mean assuming that that wouldn't be a bad thing. As art pieces this is great but finding the audience can be probably a little challenging - but on the other end - it's probably easier to find your audience. I generally really liked this piece but just not in a lane I'm traveling in at the moment. Dig the electric guitars - reminds me of some of the Soundtrack to Mandy.
"In Limbo" succeeds in terms of aesthetic and atmosphere, and certainly in Obscure Sound's wheelhouse. Enjoyably nocturnal, murky soundscape achieved via dreamy vocals and nostalgic synth tones, echoing an '80s feeling that -- in terms of atmosphere -- reminds me of Kate Bush. The clanging keys around the two-minute mark, escalating alongside lush synth pads, plays with a melodic charm, especially. I have added this track to my 'best of July 2020' playlist on Soundcloud, and intend on featuring. Since you noted needing help with promotion, feel free to email me at email@example.com if interested in hearing about my PR servicing's success stories and rates. Thanks for sending! -Mike