The Natvral is Kip Berman's (formerly of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart) new project with a more folky sound than his previous band. "Sun Blisters," his new single, is a little less folk but nowhere near the indie pop of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. Instead, "Sun Blisters" is more of a 90's style Americana rocker. It's a mid-tempo Cracker meets Tom Petty kinda song. There's a bit of a Bob Dylan ramble to it, but it's definitely a rock song. Maybe it's just the fact that the word "sun" is in the title, but "Sun Blisters" screams just driving around in the summer without any rush to get to your destination.
Kip Berman says of the new song: "It's a song about how you don't always want what's for the best-- and neither do I."
You can listen to "Sun Blisters" below. Tethers is due out April 2 on Kanine Records. You can pre-order a copy here. For more on The Natvral, check out the artist's website.
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