‘Galactapus’ is a five-headed garage-prog animal from Minneapolis, MN, who now debuts their newest music-film, “Waking The Troll.” It is their fourth from last year’s critically lauded (but alas, underselling) I Intend To Stay LP.Galactapus focuses on producing music with a reason to exist, which they consider an increasingly high bar. Although a vocal group, their songs have no meaningful words. The substance is liquid, like everything. This abstract approach to lyric is also present in their music, which reviewers have compared to Can, the Residents, Chrome and the Butthole Surfers among others. In truth, although avid music collectors, Galactapus’ inspirations are both more esoteric and elemental. Water, gravity, birds, wind, aluminum foil and such.Galactapus members remain nameless and faceless by request, and for myriad reasons live appearances are presently impossible. Happily, they believe their music and mystique likely benefit from this discretion. Discover ‘Waking the Troll’ the 15th March in Formula Indie

‘Galactapus’ is a five-headed garage-prog animal from Minneapolis, MN, who now debuts their newest music-film, “Waking The Troll.” It is their fourth from last year’s critically lauded (but alas, underselling) I Intend To Stay LP.Galactapus focuses on producing music with a reason to exist, which they consider an increasingly high bar. Although a vocal group, their songs have no meaningful words. The substance is liquid, like everything. This abstract approach to lyric is also present in their music, which reviewers have compared to Can, the Residents, Chrome and the Butthole Surfers among others. In truth, although avid music collectors, Galactapus’ inspirations are both more esoteric and elemental. Water, gravity, birds, wind, aluminum foil and such.Galactapus members remain nameless and faceless by request, and for myriad reasons live appearances are presently impossible. Happily, they believe their music and mystique likely benefit from this discretion. Discover ‘Waking the Troll’ the 15th March in Formula Indie

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