Verona Red | Side Effects

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Side Effects

by Verona Red

Hailing from Chicago, these indie rockers prescribe a captivating dose of blues, dance, and folk that reacts with a unique sincerity about living in a cyclone of sex, pills, and wide-spread paranoia
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Hesitations and Clichés
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2. In the Coat Check
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3. Warm Body Syndrome
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4. All We Ever Had
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5. All We Would Lose
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6. After All
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7. Marjorie
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8. Stereo
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9. Dragonflies
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10. On the Line
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11. Disappear
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Fueled by an endless chase for meaning and distraction, Verona Red is the waking rhythms of a racing mind. In their first full-length release, Side Effects, these four Chicago based indie rockers tie together blues, electronic, folk, and dance motifs in a way that only Verona Red could. Their style, captivating and honest, even haunting at times, scintillates listeners as poetic puzzles are pieced together with a unique kind of sincerity about living in a cyclone of sex, pills, and wide-spread paranoia. This lyrical introspection comes to blows with palpitating rhythms that tickles listeners with an irresistible intensity. Even your mothers can\'t help but get down with their bad selves.

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