Track Review: Untitled // JAWS


After nearly two years in the dark, JAWS are finally back with their latest delicious psychedelic pop cut ‘Untitled’. Taken from their The Ceiling era of 2019, ‘Untitled’ offers fans a peek behind the curtains of Jaws’ so far unheard discography. The released coincides with the announcement of their limited-edition photobook, completely shot by Peter Lally, which depicts the fun and adventures the boys had on their 2019 Winter tour.

Ringing wildly reminiscent of their earlier releases, ‘Untitled’ is a perfect blend of hazy vocals and delicate guitar strums that make for a soft and ambient atmosphere. Starting off eerie, with a touch of synth, the layered and soothing instrumentation offers an embracing aura that entirely surrounds and engulfs the listener.

In contrast to the grunge infused ‘Driving At Night’, the track is full of classic JAWS sonic characteristics, perfectly demonstrating their penchant for producing stunning cuts with distant and dreamy vocals full of meaning—utterly breathtaking.

A bold and beautiful triumph, the striking and lyrically flawless ‘Untitled’ will surely act as a natural segue into what JAWS have to offer us in the future.

‘Untitled’ is out today (14 May), and you can order the limited edition photobook here.

Words by Alannah Williams

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