"Ironworks" is the second track that Baths has dropped from his new album Obsidian coming up in the end of May (28th to be precise). From what I can hear the album is not going to be a disappointment. You can also check out the first track "Miasma Sky" from this album here.
Baths is the stage name of Will Wiesenfeld, an American electronic artist, who ripped the scene with his debut album "Cerulean" released in 2010. It is right about time for his new album. "The songs and lyrics all came out of a pretty fucked and arduous process of trial and error," Baths says. "But I hope people understand that I'm not the depressed, suicidal, and death-obsessed person the record may paint me as being. These are just darker areas that I wanted to explore." – now we know what to expect.
You can clearly feel what he is talking about when listening and comparing "Ironworks" with his previous works. Baths has grown up. The song is absolutely magnificent: the piano intro blending smoothly with electronica, vocals, a slight touch of melancholia and mystery. It just sounds so peaceful and perfect. If this is how the record is going to sound like - I am excited!