Solid as hell Single
Really appreciate the left turns that are thrown in by the guitars. Structured as mild mannered indie math but this is anything but. Some noise pop / shoegaze elements goes a long way in giving these guys a very unique sound. Its a hard road to travel for a lot of bands that try adding atmosphere to their cutting math rock. No Shoes pull this off really well without muddying their vision. Certainly a more creative breed is at work on this and for that gold stars all around. Highly interested in hearing more...much more.
Did I mention I love that intro?
Intro's need to make a comeback.
Lets start here.