Black Moth Super Rainbow have announced that they will be releasing a new album called Panic Blooms on May 4th via Rad Cult. As a precursor to the album they have released the track 'Mr No One'.

Panic Blooms seems like the kind of album title that suggests that Black Moth Super Rainbow will be at their most loud and erratic on the album, but 'Mr No One' presents something entirely different. Set to be the final track on the 16 song collection, 'Mr No One' is a bright and melodic piece that finds TOBACCO sticking his head above clouds of negativity and chaos in search of something more pacifying. "Should get a little more sunshine/ Should keep a little less haze around me," he blissfully intones in the song's chorus, and as his voice quavers through crepuscular rays of bright light and radiance of the band's wonderful synth composition it seems he might have found it. All the stresses and strains of the world just seem to fall away at that point, as he sings on care free.

Hopefully 'Mr No One' can provide you with the same kind of mental freedom when you listen to it below.

Keep an eye on Black Moth Super Rainbow's Facebook and Twitter for more updates in the lead up to the May 4th release of Panic Blooms.