Tel Aviv outfit Document have shared ‘Red Tape’, the final single taken from the album ‘The Void Repeats’, out today. The new track draws comparisons to post-punk and experimental hints that seem to come out of the Pavement or Sonic Youth playbook. Following a quite melodic, yet sharp intro, the number unfolds in a complex twist of soundscapes.
Talking about the single, vocalist Nir Ben Jacob explains: “The song refers to dealing with bureaucracy – specifically with government agencies that are meant to serve the people when in fact they have made things so extremely complicated that you are lost and get screwed over if you’re not careful.”
Listen to ‘Red Tape’ here.