Beginning in 2017 as five friends formed through dreampop-centred kinship, Subsonic Eye craft noise rock with earth-inflected parallels, brought to life through adventures in Singaporean forests and a wide-eyed love for the natural world. On their third album, Nature of Things, the quintet find possibilities in embracing organic energy – at times taking root in post-punk dynamism (Fruitcake), at others blooming into primitivist folk cuts (Cabin Fever). But above all, they are songs that glowingly encapsulate their initial spark – mature indie rock that shimmers with poignant sincerity.