Perfect Indie Rock From Coral Collapse

A few months back, I shared this single from Buffalo’s Coral Collapse, and since then the band’s seen the release of the debut LP, Don’t Wait To See Me Say Goodbye, which may be a mouthful of a title, but I can assure you that this four piece make nothing but catchy indie rock tunes. This latest single from the group, “Never Go,” has everything you want in a soaring rock tune. It kicks off with a rollicking drum beat and tight knit dueling electric guitar riffs that playfully intertwine with each other, reverb drenched so the soundscape is well full of sound. Then, you get to the killer chorus that threatens to get stuck in your head for the next few hours to come. “Never Go” is a triumphant rocker that begs for repeated listens with its explosive sound. Lucky for you, the band has nine other tracks to sink your teeth into streaming now over at their Bandcamp page. Go take a listen.

 

Glittering Indie Rock From Coral Collapse

If you’re like me, you can’t get enough of angular guitar riffs, hazy vocals and driving drum beats. Such is what you’ll find on the latest tune, “Atlantic,” from Coral Collapse. You get a bit of a Beach Fossils vibe with this one, though is meanders more to the alt-rock genre than you’d expect. Coral Collapse are from Buffalo, NY, and have a new album called Don’t Wait To See Me Say Goodbyethat’s coming out on April 26 on Admirable Traits Records. “Atlantic” is a shimmering slice of dreamy indie rock that implores you to listen to more from the group. Have at it.