THE DEPRECIATION GUILD "My Chariot" (School of Seven Bells Transmigration Mix) MP3

The Depreciation Guild

With the release of their sophomore album Spirit Youth this week, fellow electro shoegaze brethren School of Seven Bells took The Depreciation Guild’s lead track “My Chariot.” A repetitive beat churns out that compliments the band’s video game music aesthetics as well as making it sonically futuristic. Futuristic enough that it should be on the upcoming soundtrack for Tron: Legacy.  Though it’s not on the upcoming soundtrack, adding this track into it wouldn’t hurt Daft Punk’s score at all.

MP3: ”My Chariot (School of Seven Bells Transmigration Mix)
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Purchase: Spirit Youth
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