Stereoflower | Summertrash

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Summertrash

by Stereoflower

The Airing of Emotional Baggage in Four Noisy, Indie Punk-ish Guitar Pop Packages
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Disposable
2:23 $0.99
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2. 1 Track
3:09 $0.99
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3. Nosebleeds
3:40 $0.99
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4. Sick of Me
3:36 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Originally a recording project of guitarist and songwriter Zach Taylor Roth (Downtown at Dawn, Heartsick Satellite), Stereoflower became a fully-formed power trio in early 2018 with bassist Evan Sicuranza (The 'Mericans) and drummer Chuck Smith (Downtown at Dawn). They played frequently in the Providence area throughout the year and recorded the four songs that appear on Summertrash mostly live with Connor Meegan at Dennis Studios in Bristol, RI. Some minimal overdubs were recorded a little later at Evan's home studio.

The songs on Summertrash were written by Zach at various stages of two different relationships. While "Nosebleeds" is a song about the euphoria and anxiety of a new relationship, the remaining tracks deal with the emotional fallout after the fact. "Disposable" describes feelings of anger and worthlessness after a breakup and the eventual realization that maybe some projection is involved in these emotions. "1 Track" is a self-aware plea to pick up and start over again, and the penultimate track "Sick of Me" details a chance encounter with a former lover at a concert and the sadness and defensiveness felt in that moment.

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