Arable Desert – Chasin’ Everyday: Single Review
In 2002, The Libertines reignited the rock scene with their decadent punk rock. The Coral, often tour partners at the time, produced weird and wonderful 60s psyche music. Could the same dynamic materialise between Doncaster’s The Blinders and London three piece Arable Desert? Let’s hope so.
Their new single, ‘Chasin’ Everyday’ takes 60s R’n’B and funnels it through warped guitar riffs and solos. It has a peculiar juxtaposition of perpetually swirling out of control guitars and sense of being trapped simultaneously.
Comfortably the most exciting thing they have produced to date, Arable Desert look to be on to something with the splicing of soul and psyche. Be sure to check them out at Dingwalls, May 18th.
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