Monday, February 22, 2021

Dree Leer - "Want It All"

Photo by JAMRIC

If you miss rock from the 90's, you're going to love Dree Leer. If their new single "Want It All" is any indication, the Birmingham, AL band play this huge, sludgy 90's style alt-rock. "Want It All" opens with a riff that would make The Melvins proud, but then it goes in a slightly poppier direction. (Although most rock is going to be poppier than the Melvins...) To me it sounds like Veruca Salt meets the Melvins, which I don't think I could possibly be more excited by. You usually don't get guitar chords and drum beats this gigantic with such a catchy song, which makes "Want It All" that much more of a delight.

Vocalist/guitarist Jackie Lo says of the new song: 

"'Want It All' felt like a good opener for the album; it's usually our closer when we play live. I wanted to start off with a song that would punch you in the face. I think every person and every girl has felt this feeling of not getting enough. You're either here 100% or you're f**king not."

You can watch the video for "Want It All" below. Throw Hands is due out April 30 on Bettamax Records. You can pre-order a copy here. For more on Dree Leer, check out the band's website.

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