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New York City-based band Shore Drive unleashes abrasive single ‘Toss and Turn’ from spankin’ new EP: Listen

Based on what I’ve heard by way of the lyrics, it is about perception; seeing the right things in the wrong person’s eyes.

Based on what I've heard by way of the lyrics, it is about perception; seeing the right things in the wrong person's eyes.

 

Off-kilter, but reminiscent of the famous vocals which carried the classic Nirvana sound, New York City-based Shore Drive share their brand new record, ‘Toss and Turn’ today. Based on what I’ve heard by way of the lyrics, it is about perception; seeing the right things in the wrong person’s eyes, which could leave someone lost. That’s another kind of heartbreak that I wouldn’t want to go through again. If you’re with me, listen to the loud, abrasive single below. It’s from the band’s new EP entitled ‘Fluorescent’ out today.

The songs embody the natural emotional derailment which happens to come along with dating, relationships, and friendships. Maybe, it will keep you off of that path.


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