Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Very Good - "Adulthood"

Photo by Sergio Carrasco
For those of us that enjoy off-kilter rock, the latest single from Very Good is a goldmine. The New York City based band has released "Adulthood," which is a rambling, bizarre little six minute song. The vocals on "Adulthood" just sort of drone on and on, very rarely stopping, in a Bob Dylan or Ramblin' Jack Elliott way. But musically? It's a completely different world than those folk legends. It's not quite noise rock, but maybe noise folk rock? Instruments just kind of meander in and out, usually when Sean Cronin decides to take a vocal rest. It's kind of like a less linear Neutral Milk Hotel or a freaky Violent Femmes. Regardless, this is a great weirdo song, if you're into this kinda thing.

You can listen to "Adulthood" below. Adulthood, the upcoming album from Very Good, will be out October 11. You can pre-order the album via Bandcamp. For more on Very Good, check them out on Facebook.

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