Allegories – “Always True”

Over the last few months, Hamilton-based experimental-electronic music outfit Allegories have released a string of unforgettable singles on the masses. Today, they’ve returned with another song from their upcoming record (the first in 14 years) and we can’t get enough of this thing here at The iM.

Always True feels like the dark part at the end of the night,” the band explains. “The wrong side of 5am. A dark warehouse bouncing to ominous synth pads, and 909s. A sudden surge of energy, a second wind, one more dance while the night wears off.”

Listen to Always True in the embed below, and be sure to hit up their socials to show some love. The new album Endless (mastered by the one and only Jeremy Greenspan of Junior Boys) is out April 29th via Hidden Pony.

If you dig this, check out “Allegories – Pray”