Last year Yeasayer dropped another unique album, Fragrant World, with sounds ranging from experimental rock to "neo-psychella." Last spring while I was getting ready to cover the Electric Forest Festival in Michigan, I stumbled upon a quote best describing the new album. It eloquently went on to say,"Couched in healthy fear, yet unafraid to move forward and expand, pulling in new influences just as frequently as new worries, Yeasayer have created a difficult, dense and beautiful record. It's as much a synthesis of the last three decades of pop music as it is a new way of grappling with the end of time." "Glass of the Microscope" is no exception to the theme above, heavy with synths and a post-apolocalyptic vibe and in my opinion it's one of the strongest tracks on the album. Enjoy "Glass of the Microscope Below."