We've been a fan of Linnea Herzog since Powerslut and into her latest musical project Linnea's Garden. On her band's latest single, "Cut & Paste," they switch up their sound once again. According to a Facebook post the song "... draws heavy inspiration from late '70s new wave as well as modern dance-punk artists like LCD Soundsystem." I certainly can't argue any of that since "Cut & Paste" is one of the most New Wave songs we've heard in ages while still having that modern dance-punk sound sweeping the music scene these days. I'll go a little more and mention that it's also filled with some grunge era crunching guitars and maybe even a little ska guitar here and there. It's a fun party song just waiting to erupt on a dance floor, but that's what you're going to get with Linnea's Garden.
You can watch the video for "Cut & Paste" below. Fashion Show is due out April 1 on Red On Red Records. For more on Linnea's Garden, check out the artist's website. Upcoming tour dates are below the video.
April 2 @ O’Brien’s Pub (Allston, MA) with Carissa Johnson, Stars Like Ours & Pageant Girls April 9 @ Zorba Music Hall (Lowell, MA) – Town & City Festival, supporting Screaming Females April 17 @ Gold Sounds (Brooklyn, NY) with Corner Soul & Rue SniderApril 22 @ The Jungle (Somerville, MA) with Stormstress, Key of Caustic & The TeezersApril 24 @ Dusk (Providence, RI) with The Skirts & Aznjujube
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