Chilean Coldwave Act Seatemples have unveiled their debut single “Chaosphere”, a haunting and seductive track that invokes somber post-punk and dark psych driven by a bassline straight out early 4AD releases that weaves its way around a shock of icy guitars and quivering synths
The song was produced by Nicholas Wood of psychedelic shoegaze act The KVB, and mastered by Maurizio Baggio, known for his work on The Soft Moon and Holygram.
“Within the Chaosphere we find refuge in dark beauty while the world falls apart.“-Patricio Zenteno
The video for “Chaosphere” was directed by Teresa Lobos of Lagomorphosis, with set and photography for the band footage by Spaceman Films productions, and camera work by Francisca Lynch.
Watch the video for “Chaosphere” below:
Seatemples, formed in the central north of Chile in 2014 and then signed by the North American label Custom Made Music (Peter Hook and the Light, Mayflower Madame, Deadleaf Echo). Currently, the band is comprised of Patricio Zenteno (Guitar, vocals, synth), Priscila Ugalde (bass and vocals) and Luciano Carvajal (Synthesizer and guitar).
Seatemples’ “Chaosphere” is available on YouTube, Bandcamp, and Spotify, with remixes and the release of the 7-inch single edition of the single possible in the near future.
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