The Interiors – Power Lines


There are so many great things about this song it would take a review of encyclopaedia proportions to do it justice. The obvious crowd pleasing moments would have to include Chase Duncan’s cool slacker vocals and Brian Lubinsky’s refreshing off-kilter drumming but the overall feeling is of an indie classic in waiting. ‘Power Lines’ is a sneak preview from the Interiors self-titled LP, which is due out in April. This miracle is that the album got made at all after Duncan (who is also the bands guitarist) almost lost a finger in a freak accident involving (the) wind in Chicago (!) early last year. Luckily he recovered and the Interiors seem destined to make good on their recent signing with the 54-40 or Fight label. The forthcoming album is awash with great singles like the slow burner with a jangling heart ‘Crashing Through’, the low slung shuffling rhythms of ‘All The Cities’ and the rapid-fire gunslinger that is ‘Ghosts’. The Interiors have serious designs on your attention and if you know what’s good for you you’ll recipricate. KD

The Interiors – Power Lines

More Info: Official & Myspace
Buy Songs (in April): The Interiors
Year: 2008

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