With a surrealist bent that would make Noel Fielding green with envy, the band cleverly capture millennial ennui within their idiosyncratic lyrics, somehow effortlessly treading the line between being relatable and odd.
The groups tap into themes of 21st century disconnection on each track, wielding razor-sharp lyrics and angular guitars while musing about capitalism, food and the banality of existence. Put any preconceptions aside and immerse yourself in a band that will surprise with every turn, yet leave you wanting more after every listen.
New Long Leg by Dry Cleaning is out April 2 via 4AD/Remote Control.
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