Thursday, May 28, 2020

Bee Bee Sea - "Daily Jobs"

Photo by Chiara Gambuto
Hailing from Italy, Bee Bee Sea play a hyped up, fast version of garage-psych rock. Their new single, "Daily Jobs," is as bouncy as it is blistering. It's fast without being heavy. Instead it's just fun. While most alt-rock for the past thirty years alternates between quiet and loud, "Daily Jobs" bounces from fast to slow. It's like The Hives mixed with Arctic Monkeys. 

Bee Bee Sea say of "Daily Jobs": "The prospect of having a shitty job for the rest of our lives can be suffocating. This song, and the album as a whole, are basically the summary of our lives in the last couple of years, split between working in a factory during the day and playing our music at night. Night is a dream and a day... Day Ripper!"

You can watch the video for "Daily Jobs" below. Day Ripper, the upcoming album from Bee Bee Sea, will be out October 9 on Wild Honey Records. For more on Bee Bee Sea, check them out on Facebook and Twitter.

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