Dear Other’s ‘Serf Rock’ Is A Piece of Americana Nestled in Unique Indie Rock

5 18 18 Dear OtherDear Other’s ‘Serf Rock’ is a fun, narrative-sounding take on indie rock. These Steubenville, OH natives wrote their album Lift/Love during “two years of housefires, engagements, weddings, births and deaths.” They describe it as, “a nine-song reflection on love, its delights, difficulties and burning transformations.” Lyrically, there are some clear parallels to Brand New’s The Devil and God Are Raging Inside of Me. At the same time, these guys have a retro fifties feel. They wouldn’t be all that out of place in mid-twentieth-century America. On top of that unique aesthetic, this song really feels like a story. This is a little piece of Americana. These guys have a lot to offer. Check out ‘Serf Rock’ below!

Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13


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