A severe current of mayhem whips through Larissa Tandy’s new song “Sirens.” Guitar scraps against warped percussion, and her voice, as she peers through the window gazing at literal sirens whisking past, packs a sobering punch. “We crashed that car on the road out of town. You can see the rubber where we left the ground. I got halfway to heaven, and I turned around,” she sings. In peeking behind the curtain, guiding us into some of the darkest corners of humanity, the singer-songwriter dishes up an exquisite performance.
Listen to “Sirens” below.