Liverpool's Stores have released one of the most 90's singles of this decade. "Bones" has this rollicking slacker vibe to it. The song is a burst of fun that seems to be missing in most of today's slacker rock and evokes artists like Beck and Pavement. It's filled with fuzzy guitar riffs that feel like the kind of alt-power pop bands like Superdrag and Local H used to bring us. It's an undeniably catchy rocker that ends up imploding unexpectedly/expectedly in the best possible way at the very end of the song.
You can listen to "Bones" below. The single is currently available digitally via Eggy Records over at Bandcamp. For more on Stores, check out the band on Instagram.
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