Kitsch is intimate and ethereal, but with a sharp edge that slowly reveals itself. Beats pulse in space as Sur Back unfurls phrases like “aspirin of diaspora” and “buried your rolex in tasteless snow” with such conviction that you feel like you’re being told a secret from a friend.
“Sons and Daughters” isn’t your average punk anthem. Rather than sticking to the usual punk fodder–namely, rage and rebellion–Floridian punk rockers The Attack are going hard in the opposite direction. On their single, which will be featured on their album On Condition this November, the group successfully marries basic punk structure with an emotional and even touching ballad about staying close to the people you love most.