Trinary System, aka Roger Miller's current musical project post Mission of Burma, has released a new single. "Remember Easter Island" isn't like anything that his previous band put out, but there is still plenty here for Mission of Burma fans to like. First of all, "Remember Easter Island" is fairly funky. It's not a funk song by any means, but it grooves much more than you'd expect. Trinary System do remain fully in the alt-rock/post punk world, and this song keeps that sound. It's noisy, and without a clear chorus. Plus, I wouldn't exactly call it catchy. But "Remember Easter Island" keeps the political aspect of Miller's work alive, with lines like "If you don't believe in science, then please don't use the light switch" and "Remember Trayvon Martin." Not to mention that all proceeds of the single to go The Bail Project - Louisville and the credits include the line "Recorded separately during the Trump Plague of 2020." It's safe to assume what they mean by the repeated word "Vote" at the end of the song.
You can listen to "Remember Easter Island" below. The song is available on Trinary System's Bandcamp. For more on Trinary System, check out their website.