June 09, 2022 2 min read
Following the announcement of their fourth album, The Evil One, set to debut June 24 via queer, independent label Get Better Records,today Watford-born indie rock band Nervus has shared track "Jellyfish" — the final single from the forthcoming LP.
Nervus invokes '70s radio rock on “Jellyfish,” which with a sunny melody delivers a meditation on the awe-inspiring power of nature, and the aid of psychedelic drugs in understanding it.
"'Jellyfish' is about how the dominant culture, white supremacy and capitalism, requires us to view ourselves as outside of or separate to ‘nature,’" says Nervus frontwoman Em Foster. "‘Nature’ being a non-intelligent, infinitely-exploitable resource, rather than a complex interdependent web of life that we are necessarily part of and responsible for. It’s also about rejecting the largely racist, anti-LGBT, and cultish ‘appeal-to-nature’ fallacies that are influencing policies on everything from abortion to trans rights."
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