Band press releases are often known to slightly over-egg the pudding. Take, for example, the opening paragraph of ArpLine's bio.
"ArpLine is a Brooklyn based five-piece whose music incites a complete aural experience. Indefinite and obtuse, their instrumentation is both complex and visceral, layering piercing guitars with heavy bass lines and resonant vocal textures that cascade into a washy gaze of percussion loops, synthesizers and programmed tones. ArpLine plays music that is both transfixing and poignant, lifting the veil of regularity so aptly found in many of their contemporaries."
Veil of regularity? Textures cascade into a washy gaze? Indefinite and obtuse? Wow. And there was us thinking it was just a really good song. Check the clip out for yourself. Quick, or we'll hit you with paragraph two of the bio, "...the band demonstrates a rich repertory of psychedelic industrial-pop sentiments that challenge the listener to look beyond the walls of sound and test the boundaries of all that is sonically possible..."