Bleeding Rainbow

One item you might want to look for this coming Record Store Day: Non Violent Femmes, a new compilation that features a bunch of female-fronted bands — Speedy Ortiz, Eternal Summers, Joanna Gruesome — from the indie-rock underground. One of the contributing bands is the Philly fuzz-rock unit Bleeding Rainbow, and they take on “Glynis,” the bleary, strummy song that Smashing Pumpkins contributed to the No Alternative compilation. Bleeding Rainbow’s version is a tender, acoustic take on the song, and you can hear it below.

Non Violent Femmes is out 4/19 — Record Store Day — on Kanine.

Comments (3)
  1. This is a shitty cover, not tender in any way, the vocals are boring and flat, devoid of all the passion Corgan sang them with himself. Also it sound like it was recorded into garageband via the built in mic on a mac.

    • Jonathan Espeche  |   Posted on Apr 14th, 2014 +2

      Agreed. This is a weak and half-assed cover. The part about the built-in mic on garageband made me laugh.

  2. Yeah, this is a pretty boring cover with very sterile, lifeless vocals in classic ‘indie’ fashion. It doesn’t really do anything interesting… and how could someone even want to omit the whole “I believe in one love…” coda!?

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