BEST NEW TRACKS: DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 "TRAINWRECK 1979"
Don't call it a comeback, Death From Above 1979 has been here for years, churning out best new tracks like "Trainwreck 1979," which feels redundant in title only.
After splitting up in 2006, the Toronto dance-punk duo of Sebastien Grainger and Jesse F. Keeler reformed five years later and just this week announced a new album. Don't cha just love a happy ending where the couple ends up back together!?!?!?!
Anyways, "Trainwreck 1979" is the first single off The Physical World, the band's fourth full-length effort. "I was born on a highway in a train wreck" Grainger sings as the guitars squeal and the pounding drums build. This cut is an out and out rocker with a funky dance hook. With powerful lyrics and sonic vibrations, "Trainwreck 1979" is really one hell of a statement. It has just the right attitude and energy you want to tell the world, 'We're BACK!'
You're going to want to listen to this song a couple times over, but first you might want to turn down the volume to literally keep your face from melting off. It's that good. Enjoy.
DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 "TRAINWRECK 1979"
The Physical World is out 9.9.14 via Last Gang Records. Pre-Order now on the official site for Death From Above 1979 or on iTunes.
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