Listen to Bosnian Rainbows’ new song “Morning Sickness” (playing Underground Arts on 7/13)

Bosnian Rainbows | Photo by Chris Sikich

Bosnian Rainbows | Photo by Chris Sikich

Making their Sargent House full-length debut later this month, Bosnian Rainbows have released another track from the album called “Morning Sickness.”  The Omar Rodriguez-Lopez / Teri Gender Bender collaboration has resulted in two other experimental rock tracks so far – “Torn Maps” and “Turtle Neck” – and like the others, “Morning Sickness” revels in Gender Bender’s dreamy vocals, chanting themselves into a trance as she repeats the line “All I can say is / I blame you for loving me.”  Paired with Rodriguez-Lopez’s crushing guitar riffs and monumental solo, the song has a yin yang balance of heavy- and lightness.  Bosnian Rainbows play Underground Arts on July 13th; tickets and information can be found here.  Stream “Morning Sickness” below.

  • whydothistoit

    philly is just now hearing about this? jeez, come to atlanta ya’ll

    • John Vettese

      Well you are commenting on a month-old post. And we did review Bosnian Rainbow’s First Unitarian show back in February, so it’s not like “just” hearing it. On the other hand, Atlanta’s an awesome city too!