Friday, May 28, 2021

The Chelsea Curve - "Don't Look Down"


Boston's The Chelsea Curve have mastered this form of power pop meets punk that we can't get enough of. Their latest single, "Don't Look Down," is somehow one of their most punk and most pop without being even remotely pop punk. It's unbelievably catchy and filled with wonderfully jangly guitars. Despite all of that, it has this biting edge in Linda Pardee's vocals. It's just dripping with punk attitude in complete opposition to the cheeriness of the song's music. Of course, that's the charm of "Don't Look Down" and why you need to check the song out.

You can listen to "Don't Look Down" below. The song is available as a single via Red On Red Records and can be downloaded on Bandcamp. For more on The Chelsea Curve, check out the band's Facebook.

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