The History Of Apple Pie have been tickling my senses for a while now, fleshing their sound out one steadily released track at a time. With each slice of the audio pie comes a clearer, more refined sound (see what I did there?!)
They’re set to release their debut album Out Of View in January via Marshall Teller and new track “Glitch” is the first to be taken from it. It's packed tight with chugging guitars and sugary vocals, that sound like that rainbow ice cream they used to serve at school. They've topped it all off with a slither of reverb, resulting in the kind of concoction that sounds like it’s been packaged direct from a Brat Pack OST. Basically, what I'm trying to say is that it's a great big fuzzy nostalgia trip basked in warmth and melody AND it's GREAT.
Oh, and we premiered the new video from The History Of Apple Pie/Yuck side project, Parakeet, yesterday. Check that out here.
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