Twin Peaks - "Irene" (stream)

by Geoff Nelson

11 July 2013

One of the best independent rock songs of 2013, Twin Peaks' "Irene" roots itself in layers of fuzz and reverb effect.
 

The guitar line proves the immediate guide, like a Real Estate song that grew up and out of its parents basement, or maybe a Wavves song that never got all the way to the beach, “Irene” tumbles forward with a laissez-faire inevitability. This group of 19-year-olds craft a sort of washed out punk: short songs that hit again and again with an intensity that never borders on the intentional.
  
The band’s debut, Sunken, was released Tuesday, and represents a challenging and brief listen. “Irene” proves their most fully developed idea, a chorus awash in nothing and guitar interludes as crystalline as any you’ll hear this year.


Reprinted with the permission of 32ft/second.


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