One of my favorite go-to records the last couple years has been Pity Sex’s Feast Of Love, which combines shoegazey noise with sweet pop punk melodies — it’s all very ’90s sounding, but fresh all the same. It’s blistering and emotional at once, and even better live, where those songs can wash over you. So needless to say, I’m anxious for the band’s follow-up, White Hot Moon, which was just announced to be coming next spring.
I got the chance to debut and write about “What Might Soothe You?,” the first new song from that upcoming record, for NPR Music’s Songs We Love series. Can’t wait for this to come out.
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