New EP From Acid Tongue: I Died Dreaming

imageFrom the new-on-the-scene Seattle-based group Acid Tongue comes a debut EP that delivers tons of fun and retro-feels. The four tracks on I Died Dreaming are more like an appetizer of fabulous flavors, really; they wet your appetite and leave you wanting more.

From the first notes of lead off track “Lately,” the EP delivers soul-influenced, retro-sounding, lo-fi feeling, garage rock that’s been liberally laced through with noisy guitars and a psychedelic flair. The band’s four members, who also play in Seattle bands Fox and The Law, The Mama Rags, and Dark Hip Falls, truly have a great vibe. With swagger-filled vocals on top of fuzzy guitars and a soulful swing, the band has a fun and unique sound it’s hard not to like. In fact I’m hard pressed to choose a personal favorite as I find each track has qualities I love and all leave me tapping my feet and singing along. If I had to choose, it would be title track “I Died Dreaming” for its mix of driving beat, fuzzy guitars, and smile inducing swing.

With the weekend closing in, I definitely recommend you give I Died Dreaming a listen. Whether you plan to chill at home alone or party with all your friends, these four songs will have you swinging to the beat and reaching for repeat.

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Marguerite is passionate about words. When not with her 3 boys, she will inevitably be found either reading or writing; always with her latest, favorite music playing on repeat. An inveterate and insatiable researcher (some might say obsessive), she loves using her mad skills for finding the obscure to share her passion for art, music, and words. She also loves bold coffee and dark chocolate.

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