The New York-based quartet, Native Sun, have released their newest single via the revered indie label, Grand Jury.
With what in many senses feels like a nod to classic rock n’roll, Native Sun have released their angst ridden single, ‘Sister’. Rising through the New York music scene—alongside acts like Sunflower Bean and Geese—Native Sun’s latest track arrives as a venture in “reimagining the sound of white Americana”, and is a slightly twisted take on a familiar sound.
Starring direct lyricism, the track builds into a catchy chorus amongst a consistently beating instrumental and sporadic hail of guitar. The track’s defiance is delivered primarily by its robust and restless riffs, and the playful vocals of Daniel Gomez. Closing in a flurry of adlibs, strong guitar and swinging synths, the single is a fun and lively introduction to this next chapter of Native Sun.
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