Picture by James Rexroad
With its quirky title, this Portland based mostly post-hardcore trio has little doubt fostered a plethora of bellybutton discussions. Which is bizarre, however individuals like to match these items. (For the file, we’re sporting an “inny.”) Past the entire bellybutton factor, Inny—Brody M (guitar/vocals), Dan O’Hara (bass), Toby Edelhart (drums)—are providing up a hearty gut-punch (see what we did there) with their new single, “The Soup and its Mass.” This four-plus-minute jag gives a high-energy romp by means of angular ’90s noise rock and post-punk melodicism. It’s a little bit bit dissonant, a little bit bit fairly and a 100% highly effective.
“The Soup and its Mass” comes from the trio’s upcoming second album, Pipins. The nine-track Pipins was recorded throughout the pandemic and combined by the band of their residence studio. It’s set for launch on vinyl and digitally, December 16, by way of Nadine Data. You’ll be able to preorder your copy right here.
Right here’s what Toby Edelhart needed to say concerning the monitor:
“Rising up on numerous massive ‘H’ hardcore, it wasn’t earlier than lengthy that my musical ear advanced and I found the extra expansive sounds of Unwound and Isis. I loved the layers and textures of these bands, virtually making the visceral moments all of the extra profound. For some purpose, I by no means listened to Drive Like Jehu. Being from Massachusetts, I grouped them in with all of the emo-bands, and I used to be a hardcore child. It was a non-starter. Lo and behold, years later, I meet Brody and Dan in Portland and am shortly proven the error of my methods. With ‘Soup’ I believe we attempt to seize that lightning in a bottle, however like Jehu, we take the chance to cease and have a look at how lovely it’s.”
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