So I heard this song while I was trawling through the blogosphere the other day, and it reminded me that I needed to follow up on The Kills.
Since I heard it, I’ve had ‘Future Starts Slow‘ stuck in my head almost constantly. There’s something simple and elegantly grimy about the track that I am just totally digging.
Future Starts Slow - The Kills
No fancy guitar runs or excitable percussion, just a rock-steady drum-bass-guitar pace that gives pause only at the bridge, where for the briefest of moments the song changes tone. Blink and you’ll miss it though, because it’s back to form right after, and the song finishes strong.
It’s a really fun track, and I’m excited to spend more time with Blood Pressures.
[…] stoked by the opening track off of Blood Pressures, ‘Future Starts Slow‘ (listen on the previous post), and at that time I was skeptical that the rest of the album could live up to […]
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