Chapel Hill's The Nein up the noise and depart the dance floor.
On their debut album, The Nein prove there's plenty of life left in the post punk revival.
Not just another '80s revivalist band, The Nein offer you a danceable alternative to the prefabricated angst of today's pop. Provided you're not a kid.
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