A Great Big Pile Of Leaves - You're Always On My Mind

There should be more songs called “Snack Attack.” Specifically, there should be more two-minute old-school hardcore songs called “Snack Attack,” because it seems like it would be a fun thing to yell on the chorus. But “Snack Attack,” the new song from the Brooklyn band a Great Big Pile Of Leaves isn’t like that; it’s a personal, conversational song about instant gratification and how frustratingly far-off it can seem sometimes. Listen below.


(via Pitchfork)

A Great Big Pile Of Leaves’ album You’re Always On My Mind is out now on Topshelf Records.

Comments (1)
  1. Pleasant song. The singer’s voice bears a more than passing resemblance to Travis Morrison, which is probably going to invite a lot of lazy (and inaccurate) Dismemberment Plan comparisons.

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