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A punk rock power ballad doesn't sound like it could be possible, but The Aquadolls somehow pull off the impossible. The Southern California trio's latest single, "Disappearing Girl," is a beautiful and sugary sweet ballad that almost sounds like it would have fit right at home on Dial MTV in the late 80's. But, The Aquadolls are a band that has opened for Pennywise and X, and the song does name check Sonic Youth, so it has to have just enough of a punk edge to keep this one interesting. There are a lot of pop artists out there that mainstream outlets refer to as punk, but The Aquadolls actually pull it off.
Lead singer Melissa Brooks says of the new single:
"“Disappearing Girl” is about not being able to put yourself first while in a relationship. No matter how much the other person wants to reach you they can’t, and you continue to drift apart until the relationship fizzles out into a distant dream."
You can watch the video for "Disappearing Girl" below. The single is out now via Enci Records. For more on The Aquadolls, check out the band on Facebook and Twitter.
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