“no one will remember me” is the latest from Melbourne-based liarbird. Tackling some heavy subject material – escaping a domestic violence relationship while also being an ode to a late friend, this track certainly feels powerful and meaningful. The guitar and vocals are dirge-like and oppressive, but in the best way possible. The first half of the “no one…” is subdued yet biting – employing a simple yet effective guitar line along with liarbird’s powerful vocals. This leads into a heavily layered guitar wailing away while still matching the vocal range from the first minute. You’ll come back to the beginning for the latter part and fade away with the outro.

Think of this like a heavier version of Wednesday with the folk undertones taken out. It feels authentic and not at all contrived, which can sometimes be difficult when playing like this.

Be sure to give “no one will remember me” on Spotify or down below from YouTube.