Baltimore’s Punk Tornado PINKSHIFT Are Not Crying On New Jagged Juggernaut

New striking strokes

19 July 2022

(Photo courtesy: Leigh Ann Rodgers)

Who: Rowdy punk tornado trio from Baltimore

Second shared piece, following lead single nothing (in my head)
from their upcoming debut album Love Me Forever.

Ashrita Kumar (vocalist): ““crying” is the one song on the record that I didn’t start with a particular direction, just raw and unfiltered emotion. As the first song on Love Me Forever, it kicks the record off with a panicked denial, an immediately attacking response to the question of “are you okay?” untrusting and doubtful of the intent and sincerity of that question.”

Turn Up The Volume: Warn your neighbors before this jagged juggernaut starts blasting out of your speakers. Why? When you combine the larger-than-life wall-of-Aussie-sound of Wolfmother and the clear-cut razzmatazz spits and sneers of Amy Taylor, the punktastic motormouth of Amyl And The Sniffers, you’ll realize that the (il)legal amount of decibels will go through the roof. And that’s what exactly happens right here. Tons of vigorous vitality available here.

Stop crying and press play…

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