When we say “’90s-tinged indie rock,” you’re talking about the stuff informed more by grunge and classic college rock than any sort of post-rock revival, right? ‘Cuz I sure as hell haven’t seen the latter.
I would be more positive about this trend if Drake didn’t make me want to kick him in the teeth every time I hear his voice.
Hey, I dig.
Banjo! Harmonica! Yeah, this definitely has the mid-aughts thing going. Fun as hell, though. Take away the horns and add some soaring guitar and this could be a Ted Leo track.
Oh man, those drums. AWESOME.
This band is stiffer than a 13-year-old boy who just discovered porn.
Man, I certainly wasn’t expecting this, but I really like it. Maybe it’s just the female backing vox and the overall production, but it reminded me a bit of late-period Go Betweens as well as the aforementioned XTC and World Party.
At first I thought that shirt was the cover of In the Court of the Crimson King, which kinda make sense. I was disappointed to see that, no, it was just her face.
However, given Ms. Cyrus’ curious musical appetites, I do expect to see her tweet “I repeat myself under stress I repeat myself under stress I repeat myself under stress” at some point in the next year or two.
It didn’t bother asking about its drugs because it knows you took them all.
Hey guys, 1991 called and it wants its clothes and music back.