Hailing from Italy, Deaf Lingo combine melodic punk rock with lo-fi garage. Their latest single, "Push It," is a driving rocker that grooves just as hard as it rocks. The song starts off with pounding guitar and drums combination that almost wears out its welcome, but once it starts propelling you forward into the mostly controlled chaos, it'll be worth the wait. It's filled with jarring guitars that are somehow almost as catchy as the chorus. While most songs that can be described as melodic punk tend to go a bit too far into the melodic side of it, "Push It" doesn't have that problem and keeps enough punk intact to give the song a perfect edge.
Guitarist/vocalist Sandro Specchia says of his band's new song:
“'Push it' is a song about laziness, no ambitions and being ok doing nothing. It’s about stopping trying to be someone society wants you to be. A sort of social disobedience."
You can listen to "Push It" below. Lingonberry is due out April 29 on Lovely Records. For more on Deaf Lingo, check out the band's Facebook.
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