Dusty Tucker’s ‘Twenty Whatever’ Is Slick, Expansive and Emotive Hard Rock

Dusty Tucker’s ‘Twenty Whatever’ is some slick, emotive hard rock with some clear punk influences. The band describes their first full-length, The North Stone, as, “A western tale told in twelve tracks with heroes and villains and musical movements back to back.” There’s a lot going on here. Something about the track, probably the hyperbolic guitars and dramatic, higher register lead vocals, give the track a progressive post-hardcore vibe reminiscent of groups like Boys Night Out or A Lot Like Birds. At the same time, these guys are unafraid to delve into broader rock sections not terribly unlike Avenged Sevenfold, Rage Against the Machine or even Primus. Still, the group covers a lot of compositional ground. Through an expansive piece of work, they have channeled various influences and subgenres of rock into something unique and captivating. Check out ‘Twenty Whatever’ below!

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

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