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Under the Biblical-sounding stage name, serpentwithfeet, Josiah Wise has woven a striking aesthetic with a rich tapestry of musical influences and an operatic voice to create an EP that’s dripping with drama and energy

Blisters is a brief, five-song EP that clocks in at barely over 20 minutes. Yet those 20 minutes are a hauntingly beautiful, R&B-tinged take on devotional music that carve a deep and lasting impression on the brain. With his oversized septum piercing and striking tattoos, Wise cuts an impressively avant-garde figure himself, but in person he’s softly spoken and passionate about everything from Schubert’s florid oeuvre to overanalysing text messages from boys.

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