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Ides Of Gemini Streaming New Song "May 22, 1453"

Following the release of the "Old World New Wave" full-length earlier this week via Neurot Recordings, the West Coast sound weavers Ides Of Gemini are pleased to unleash "May 22, 1453."

Check out the track below, courtesy of Pitchfork.com. Elaborates singer/bassist Sera Timms of the hymn:

"We've had a history as a band of gifts and opportunities being given to us in alignment with the lunar phases, so it seemed fitting to give something back. This song and really the whole album is that something. The song was inspired by the prophetic May 22nd lunar eclipse preceding the fall of Constantinople. If you can imagine that empire as your mind and the black moon as your mother, then you will know the meaning of the Old World New Wave."

The previously released track "Fememorde" can also still be heard over at this location.

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