New old Northwest
There was a time that Seattle was known for fuzzy blister pop. Or even not so fuzzy, if you want to include the Young Fresh Fellows. But bands like Boise-transplant Treepeople and Built to Spill pioneered a particular style of 90s indie rock. That sound hasn't entirely gone away, and Date Night with Brian is happy to plug in.
After about 20 listens, I can say that it hasn't gotten old yet. This three-piece has tapped into a classic sound and warped it to its demands. The results are utterly blissful. I'd say more, but there's really no point. Spectacular, and then some.
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