Thursday, August 23, 2012

Nylon Premiered The Great New Track, "Terracur," From Social Studies!

"You'll have to wait until November to get Social Studies' sophomore album,Developer. But we've got a sneak peek with lead-off single "Terracur." The track starts off like a Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac slow-burner (singer/keyboardist Natalia Rogovin and bassist Jesse Hudson deliver the searing opening lines, "Isn't that your way / To leave us all behind?/ Nothing much left to say / You didn't even seem to mind"), but delivers a kick to the gut about a minute in, as shimmering keyboard notes explode like fireworks over Rogovin's soulful intonations." Listen now at Nylon!

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