The weekend is almost here and there's no better way to spend it than wrapped up in great music. Yes, of course, Phish will be in town, but there is also some amazing local talent that will not disappoint.
The promising young indie-dream pop band, WOOL is releasing their new EP, Parallels, this Friday (August 14) at Kings. The
EP contains four new songs that leave me impatient for a full album.
Each song takes the listener on a meaningful journey with mystifying
melodies and thoughtful lyrics that create a serious case of the feels
and self-reflection. I quickly added the tune, "Parallels" to my
"Music Coma Playlist" for those days that I need to drift off into a
music-induced meditation. On the other end of the spectrum, the lead
track, "Neon Age", is great for those moments you feel like rocking-out
in your car, with a punk vibe and waves of distortion.
WOOL is supported by It Looks Sad and Dead Girls starting at 9. Tickets are $7 at the door, which will open at 8:30. Stream Parallels at Bandcamp and be sure to buy a copy at the show.