We've had Morpheus' Arms on our radar for quite some time now.
Ever since we layed eyes and ears on this trio hailing from Rimouski and now based out of Quebec City, we've been excited to see them grown from boys just having a good time, to taking their music more seriously. Composed of Max Ruest's glistening trap-fluenced production, with Klv. Hovington and David Saysum laying fire on the tracks. Morpheus' Arms is a force to reckon with.
They are masters of balancing soft-undertones against hyper-energetic vibes, offering a mix of ying and yang, including the language they perform in.
Their latest release cleverly titled Velcro EP is a good representation of the deep and loud vibes they deliver through their fire productions. Listen to it below.
They'll be performing at this year's Festival D'Été De Quebec on July 8th at L'Anti Bar et Spectacles at 6:00pm. You won't wanna miss that. We decided to hit them up via iMessage to anticipate the upcoming show, so hit play on their EP above and scroll through the conversation below.
We decided to speak in french, so follow as you might:
Catch Morpheus' Arms at Festival D'Été de Quebec on July 8th, you won't want to miss out on this one.