There is something about some bands’ ability to weld slabs of raw, abrasive, and edgy alt-rock with pop melodies and sheer infectiousness that is so satisfying. It is a marriage of opposites, a collision of two sonic worlds, beauty, and the beast making a surprisingly gorgeous couple, but it is a powerful and potent blend.

The pop half of this sonic coming together keeps things accessible and full of instant groove…

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