Echo Vector X – Splinter

Echo Vector X - Splinter'Echo Vector X' rock your ear with syn­thwave and subtle 8‑bit effects in their song 'Splinter'. The British band cat­egor­ises them­selves some­where between Gunship and Gary Numan and that's fairly accur­ate. The song 'Splinter' is taken from the EP 'The Metallic Heart' and is def­in­itely worth a listen.

I enjoyed the song mainly because of the many var­ied synth sounds that sound from dysto­pi­an to machine-like. The song eas­ily envel­ops the same dark aura of 'Barrel Of A Gun' (Depeche Mode) or 'Steelrose' (Project Pitchfork). If you can guess what feel­ing I mean and you love this mood in songs, then listen to 'Splinter' now.

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Lyrics of 'Echo Vector X – Splinter'

I could chase your demons
And I could break your beast
I could scrape your system
If you would only let me

I can try and try and try and try again
But it gets me nowhere
You sit there and you’re look­ing so resigned
Do you even care?

Do you feel sorry for me?
Sorry for me?
I hope you like the taste of your tears
Do you feel sorry for me?
Sorry for me?
I hope you like the taste of your tears

I could hold you tighter
I could make you clean
I could make it better
If you’d only let me

I try and try and try and try again
But it gets me nowhere
You sit there and you’re look­ing so resigned
Do you even care?

Do you feel sorry for me?
Sorry for me?
I hope you like the taste of your tears
Do you feel sorry for me?
Sorry for me?
I hope you like the taste of your tears

I can make it through
If you just don’t care
I can feel you slip­ping away

Who is feel­ing sorry now?
Who is feel­ing sorry now?
Who is feel­ing sorry now?
Come out and let me hack you in two
Who is feel­ing sorry now?
Who is feel­ing sorry now?
Who is feel­ing sorry now?