The US burbling-rock trio Youth On Soda surfaced with a new track last week.
Youth On Soda
Whilst of connection with previous material featured with its speaker challenging bass line in Playgrounds, Youth On Soda, slow the pace to entice the listener with gracious combinations of throbbing bass and deep percussion in which the listener sinks in to the puddle of loosely tied skins with an evaporating vocal spinning through the room. Then out of an unexpected corner hurtles an urgent guitar to discombobulate the gyroscope and the song takes on a new dimension of growling predator agilely consuming the unwary – akin to an Owl alighting upon prey.
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The US fuzz-rock trio Youth On Soda release their début LP Apple Pie on the 26th.
Youth On Soda – Apple Pie – artwork
Distorted waves of sound leap out of the speakers as Youth On Soda deliver their music which immediately on hitting play reflects of the reality of the world around with its inherent frustration as bass and percussion rattle at the bars of a cage with the ill-tempered guitar pacing furiously in every greater frenzy whilst the acerbic vocal comments on the straight-jacket by which the many are constrained. Yet somehow through it all – unearthing wry humour and the glimmer of light of a better future.
Having had the opportunity to listen to three of the tracks on the forthcoming album, I can attest this to be a wall of fuzz that holds for long attention and is best played as intended, loudly, to become fully immersed in the music. It comes as no surprise they have quickly secured regular live performance shows and with fortune Apple Pie will open their audience from the local scene to a more global support.
From the forthcoming release (available on bandcamp) Too Many is the second of the eight tracks.
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