Grandmother Corn’s ‘Get Back Ashore’ Is Analog Indie Rock with a Warm Rural Flair

6 28 18 Grandmother CornGrandmother Corn’s ‘Get Back Ashore’ is high-energy, tape-recorded indie rock with a warm rural flair. “Grandmother Corn released its first LP Ballroom Cuts in spring 2017,” they say. “The band is known for their furious live performances and has gained a remarkable reputation,” in their home country and regionally. They released their new album, Daphne last month. These guys are full of energy, but that doesn’t seem to take away from the intricacies of their music. Obviously, a lot of time was put into making sure that this sounded exactly right. This song is as much about the vibe as it is the composition itself. These guys really have a lot to offer. Check out ‘Get Back Ashore’ below!

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


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