“Steamroller” is an expectedly piercing dose of the Pittsburgh band’s off-kilter noise-pop, starting with a cacophony of suggestions that bassist Sebastian Kinsler captured on an iPhone. The monitor then morphs into extra shoegaze-inspired rock, full with a uncommon guitar solo and some synth gildings.
The band’s vocalist and lyricist Lydia Slocum describes “Steamroller” as a music about disgrace, and her “most embarrassing music to sing.” The music is stuffed with darkish and vivid imagery that appears to seek out its narrator on the breaking level in a parasitic relationship: “Threw the towel in/ I’m bored with baking/ I’m the one one/ Who sees me bare,” Slocum broods in some significantly memorable traces through the refrain. “I can’t carry the burden/ Of feeling stained/ From when my knuckles hit/ The sidewalk at present.”
Watch Feeble Little Horse’s visualizer for “Steamroller” under.
“Steamroller” comes after February’s “Tin Man,” the primary single the band shared from Lady with Fish. Feeble Little Horse are supporting the brand new album with a summer season tour, and you may seize remaining tickets at StubHub, the place orders are 100% assured by StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and costs could also be increased or decrease than face worth, relying on demand.