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JUKE BOX T-SHIRT
BRAND: Gildan SoftStyle
SHIRT COLOR: Black
INK COLORS: Multi
LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRT
SHIRT COLOR: Natural
INK COLORS: Black
46" x 46" Cloth banner with grommets in all corners for easy hanging.
Philadelphia’s twentythreenineteen is a study in the many ways we can experience communication breakdown. Yet, the melodic vocabulary this young band already displays shows a way out of these uneasy moments.
Multi-instrumentalist Sean McCall built these tracks while previous projects skidded to a halt. The tension and anxiety a creative mind might experience while volleying between pursuits is well-balanced here. Songs meld cautious, explosive post-rock with the thunderous rhythm section of a group playing far beyond East Coast DIY spaces, complete with surround-sound electronica. Just listen to the twin flames igniting “Contagious” and “Expired,” where writhing math rock melodies cut the tension of a disjointed friendship in two to reveal a pop-rock hook.
Most twentythreenineteen songs unfold in a similar manner: the band wraps their textures in light, delicate frameworks that can veer off in manic directions. Anchored by McCall’s misty vocal presence and flanked by close friends, the concise, yet kaleidoscopic debut to those who stole my light is devoid of genre tags or constraints, instead colored in by the hazy promise of a better future.