Rock music is usually about discovery, or about being lost. Pick one! Precious, UK post-punk & stoner unit, lean towards the latter on Gold Dust, a number that begins with a funky, almost humorous bass riff, and the guitar lines that seem to soundtrack the coming of the buzzards.
The vocals take over, nearly a minute into the song, and things get serious pretty quickly. The singing is inventive and expressive. It further develops the “lost in the desert” atmosphere suggested in the intro, sounding like the confessions and regrets of a dying man.
Precious is an unsigned group that already has their sound mapped out well, taking influences from the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, but doing it in an inventive manner. More power to the groups developing a gigantic sound out of a tiny garage.