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Tenement: Everyone to Love You

by Daniel Lupton

July 14, 2016

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Perhaps it's cliche because I like punk and this is probably the punkest song on Tenement's new album, but after my first few listens this is my favorite song on The Self-Titled Album. That weird, skittering rhythm in the intro (pieces of which crop up a couple of times throughout the track as well) manages to walk this fine line between ALL-esque math-punk and straightforward catchiness is so distinctive, so infectious, and so memorable that I swear I remember it from their live set from around a year ago, but I could be deluding myself. I am really glad I'm not in Tenement, though, because it seems like it would be really, really hard to play. 


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