[SAMPLE_TEXT] – ‘Lewd & Languid’


Anchorage-based trio [SAMPLE_TEXT] strut a compelling rock sound throughout their new album Lewd & Languid, fusing elements of punk, rock, and noise with an experimental tilt — starting from Swans and Slint to Black Midi and Nirvana. ’60s pop, garage-rock, and jazz/barbershop music are additionally inspiration factors for the challenge. The album additionally pursues a wide range of thematic subjects, described as “a mixture of social criticisms, self criticisms, private points, and an general feeling of undefinable distress.”

“Male Man” launches into blistering guitar distortion and fervent vocal immersion, as twangy guitar frolicking takes maintain previous the primary minute; the band’s tendency to stability melodic immediacy and gritty blasts of noisy rock is spectacular all through the album, and is on explicit show with “Male Man.” “Cozy Gutter” follows with a extra debonair vocal backing, as sweltering vocals rise right into a raspy infectiousness amidst clanging percussion. The challenge’s knack for dynamic vocals, from suave introspection to raucous shouts, exhibits enjoyably there.

The album’s title monitor proves riveting in its late-night, twangy intrigue. The guitar work initially struts that form of nocturnal composure, choosing up because the peppy percussive pulse emerges. The band cite Slint and Sonic Youth amongst their influences, and shades of each appear obvious on this success. After which there’s the gripping “Poverty Dream,” which we featured final yr and caught our ears with a buzzingly ferocious burst of guitars into the “solely a poverty dream,” hook. Lewd & Languid continues the contagious, frenzied rock enchantment evident there.

“Lewd & Languid” and different tracks featured this month may be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Rising Singles’ Spotify playlist.

We found this launch through MusoSoup, as a part of the artist’s promotional marketing campaign.

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