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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

War on Drugs Infusion – Naked Strangers and Spectator

     The influence of War on Drugs is more apparent in the track from Spectator, but it lives comfortably within the sound of Naked Strangers as well.

     “Honey Roast” begins with a double-bass, holding the War on Drugs-esque guitar at bay long enough to notify the Indie Universe that Naked Strangers owns its sound. The band is based in Sydney, Australia. They are Mahn Lion (drums), Suami Werkmann-Sanchez (guitar, vocals), Brett Morgan (guitar, vocals), and Evangeline Read (double-bass). Quoting their bio:
  Expect fervent melodies, alluring rhythms, and anthemic choruses from this powerful 4-piece. Backed up by dark and enigmatic double-bass, Naked Strangers leave you somewhere between a breathless silence and accidentally singing along. Their lyrics occupy a sincere and vulnerable openness that reflects what it's like to… well, just be alive and breathing. As genuine as they are brutally honest, Naked Strangers are able to embody that space between relatable, charming, funny and warm, despite the heavy blues and folk rhythms that built this wonderful beast.

     “Honey Roast” by Naked Strangers 


     Spectator is the wife-and-husband duo, Megan Rooney and Jeffrey Albert, who first met in 2006 in Saint Louis. Their genre is Dream Pop. It’s the single “Weight” that showcases the War on Drugs skills. Spectator explains, “Layers of upbeat guitar symbolize the free, unbolted feeling of living in the moment as the moment itself begins to fade away.”

     “Weight” is on Spectator’s album “Charlie, Baby,” which reflects on “the lonely nights, the empty hearts seeking fulfillment, and the comforting feeling of holding on to memories even as they fade out of focus.”

     “Weight” by Spectator


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