DOWNLOAD: A Place To Bury Strangers - You Are The One
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If the first look at A Place To Bury Strangers’ new album Worship (out June 26 on Dead Oceans) is any indication, the noise-pop masters have been spending a lot of time lurking around frigid meat lockers, on rickety night rollercoasters and indulging in other unwholesome activities. The slithering '90s-feeling “You Are The One” is anchored by a pop bassline, glassy-eyed vocals and screaming guitars that cry as though they're being shredded to death. The whole thing is quite moody and introverted and certainly meaningful. Though what that meaning is, we can't really deduce. Pain? Love? Self-hatred? Whatever it is, it sure sounds awesome.