Thursday, December 27, 2018

Burly - "Infinite Broken"

Photo by Irene O'Leary
The latest single from upstate NY's Burly is an interesting one. "Infinite Broken" is a hazy and almost lazy rambling little pop song that sounds like a primarily folk band trying their hand at jazz. I don't think you'll find a more laid back song this year. The song is driven by saxophone but has more stumbling stops (in the best possible way) than you could ever imagine. The mood of the song fits the lyrics as it is about a "...  long winter and of solitude decaying into loneliness." 

You can listen to "Infinite Broken" below. Self Titled Demon, the debut EP from Burly, will be out January 25 on Five Kill Records. You can pre-order the EP via Burly's Bandcamp. For more on Burly, check out their website. Their upcoming tour dates are below the song.

January 18 - Gug's - Glen's Falls, NY
January 25 - Troy Arts Center - Troy, NY
February 2 - Elixir 16 - Troy, NY
February 18 - The Low Beat - Albany, NY

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