Kissing Party Score Pop Hit
The opening guitar lines of this track are misleading, to a certain degree. It sounds like you might get something a little heavier, something along the line of modern emo revival. But, when Kissing Party‘s Dierdre tosses in her vocals, it switches the track straight into pop mode. The band quickly blasts through the two-minute track, sweetly singing its way into your listening for the weekend. It’s reminiscent of recent works by the likes of Standard Fare or Eternal Summers, bordering between indie rock and indiepop; it’s delicious. They’ll be releasing their new album, Looking back it was romantic but at the time I was suffocating, via Fleeting Youth Records on June 30th.
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