Premiere: Loose Sutures – “Sunny Cola”
Something to sip on when you’re in a fuzzy haze of… tunes.
There’s a certain charm to getting together with some friends on a weekend and wasting a day watching old 70s B-Horror/Exploitation movies while getting drunk and/or stoned together. The movies were easy to mock (and Mystery Science Theater always did it better than we could), but there was also a certain kind of affection that came from chuckling at the absurdity of this kind of thing. Sunny Cola, the third single off Loose Sutures’s A Gash with Sharp Teeth and Other Tales taps right into that feeling for me.
The track alternates between the stifling feeling of being crushed (or couch-locked) that stoner doom like Electric Wizard thrives on and a sound that’s more groove-driven with meandering solos dancing around the bassline – something that felt, in my gut, more akin to Jefferson Airplane and their weirdo 60’s ilk. It’s a combo I’ve had the munchies for ever since I discovered bands like Kyuss and then discovered they’d broken up. Sometimes fuzz-drowned and heavy, sometimes almost danceable, and always intriguingly weird, Loose Sutures are here to scratch that same itch on Sunny Cola.
You can break out your bong and catch the song Sunny Cola on youtube below.
Be sure to check out Loose Sutures on bandcamp and facebook, and keep an eye out for their new album A Gash with Sharp Teeth and Other Tales, which drops October 15th.
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