The sonic palette of Porcelain Pale is that of an electronic god of exploration. From what I gather, the musical atmosphere is vast and rich, with angelic, enigmatic vocals that eerily remind me of what my thoughts sounded like the last time I was floating in space, resting on a nebula, watching the Earth rise. Their bass lines are heavy and crunchy, their drums are groovy, while being (dare I say) super F-ing chill. Their songs, they evoke moods ranging from meditative to jubilant. This is synth pop at its dreamiest and creamiest, people. Their debut release, Aurelia, is creatively brilliant, and a fresh take on electronic music that pays respect to the styles of the genre from the late 80’s to the turn of the millennium. They have since come out with two singles and are working toward their sophomore album, which I am SERIOUSLY super excited to hear. I’m not afraid say it, I love this band so much that I might hate them deeply. I need to find out the secrets behind their mysterious and beautiful sound. Check out their latest release, Dead Wait, and follow them any way you can, just get lost in them. This music is a dream that you can’t afford to wake up from.