"Hotel" is a majestic ode to both mortality and the loneliness of a life spent on the road.
The Antlers never fail to impress with their subtle, lushly cinematic cuts. Their latest single “Hotel” is a perfect example. Here, vocalist/songwriter Pete Silberman sings over languid horn blasts, light percussion, and a tense atmosphere, “And when I check out / it won’t matter how my name’s spelt / cause when you pass through / you only keep what you can’t sell.” “Hotel” is a majestic ode to both mortality and the loneliness of a life spent on the road. The new record, Familiars, is out June 17th via Anti- Records.