Coral Grief Share New Single from Daydrops EP

Perhaps you caught up with this one yesterday, but here’s a reminder of the musical journey you get to take with Seattle’s Coral Grief. Musically, the band are toying with a lot of the mannerisms in the post-punk circles of late, making it their own as they build in more billowing layers. The rhythms are sharp and rolling, punctuated by snappy fills and rolls, while the guitar is given permission to map its own course, knifing this way and that through the soundscape. Lena Farr-Morrissey allows for her voice to operate as the gravitational center, with everything swirling around her dreamy tones. Just another reason to keep the Daydrops EP on your radar; it’s out next Friday via Den Tapes.

Straight Rocker From Fluung

For the unfamiliar, Fluung is an indie rock n roll band from the musical mecca of Seattle, Washington. Harkening back to their city ancestors, the band has a very no nonsense, “let’s just rock” approach to their songs with an incredibly full sound for a three piece group. Latest single, “Decades”, is a prime example of Fluung showing off their post-punk, hints of grunge inspired brand of rock music. Check it out below.

This song will appear on new album The Vine due out October 14th via Setterwind Records on vinyl and Den Tapes on cassette.