"Knowing that an individual death is meaningless - any individual death, especially your own - that you are not a person, but a statistic - and noticing, more each day, the countless deaths that occur around you - of other people, of animals, of insects, of the sick and infirm, of accident victims, of plants ripped from the earth and worms crushed beneath the blades of plows - of authors in their rooms, scribbling out desperate words in the backs of books no one will ever read- even the shattering of molecular bonds, the disintegration of atomic structures, happening in every moment, millions in each nanosecond, everywhere - This is Deathconsciousness - And It begs the question - “What is the point?” "
the vocals are fine, just unremarkable. the production is subpar, but that's part of the appeal. it's not really any worse than the next generic indie lofi band, yet it lends more to the aesthetic they're going for. i'd argue that it works, and it's complimented with catchy melodies that would be catchy with or without the "gimmick" of massive reverb. they also obviously dont take themselves too seriously, what with titles like "Holy Fucking Shit: 40,000"
Now this is what I would call overrated, for what it is. Dreadful vocals and production, which seem more gimmicky than anything else. Take that gimmick away, and you have not much but a bunch of really forgettable tunes . The same goes for Giles Corey.