Triathalon, a fuzzed-up indie-rock four-piece from Savannah, impressed us last year with their sunny debut album Lo-Tide. Later this fall, they’ll follow it up with a new LP called Nothing Bothers Me. First single “Slip’n” is a driving jam. The rhythm section shows a serious sense of push, and it all builds nicely. There’s nothing revolutionary about it, but it’s ’90s-style indie rock done right, and ain’t nothing wrong with that. Listen to “Slip’n” below.
Nothing Bothers Me is out 11/13 on Broken Circles; pre-order it here.