Oscar Lang has released “Get Out,” the second single from his forthcoming EP, Hand Over Your Head – CLICK HERE to listen/stream the song. Using captivating psychedelic swirls and fluttering guitar licks, the video accentuates Oscar’s signature retro, DIY style. He embraces a sunny day while lyrically “Get Out” acknowledges the difficulties we face and the realization that in the end it is us against ourselves – CLICK HERE to watch the music video.
“Get Up” joins previous single “Apple Juice” and continues the shift from his lo-fi, anti-folk bedroom pop sound towards a more warped and shimmering slacker-rock vibe, fueled by wobbly synths and jangly guitars.
Almost mirroring Lang’s eccentric but charismatic personality, his music practically contradicts itself, balancing experimental mischief with a delicate and deliberate focus on the euphoric aspects of normal, everyday life. Lang isn’t writing about wanderlust. He’s creating three and half minute short stories that bend old ideas into new shapes through the lens of breezy, psychedelic rock.