Brooklyn 5-piece Geese have shared new single “I See Myself,” and accompanying music video from their sophomore album 3D Country, out now (Friday – June 23) via Partisan Records/Play It Again Sam. “I See Myself” is the breezy, soulful, and strange track with a groove inspired by Funkadelic classics like “Nappy Dugout” and “Hit It and Quit It.” It finds the Brooklyn 5-piece at perhaps their most heartfelt, even bordering on a love song, despite a post-prog breakdown before the last chorus.
Geese frontman Cameron Winter explains: “‘I See Myself’ was one of the last songs we pulled together for the album. I was inspired by my favorite Funkadelic songs, which are dead simple and have big choruses with beautiful backing vocals, so this was our version of something like that. This might be Geese’s first proper love song. Seeing your humanity reflected back in someone else is one of the most pure kinds of connections that exist, to me. But I think there’s a lyrical darkness to the song too, about wanting to save someone you love from something evil and unstoppable.”
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