Poor Remy – North Carolina
But Poor Remy is not your typical Mum-pun band. The voices are not those of old men, but of post-pubescent boys with a fire under their ass. The recording and production feels intentionally dirty, like the Brooklyn basements in which you can find these kids yelling their faces off.
In North Carolina, Remy departs folk-land for Pixies territory at 1:33, seemingly trying to find their minds as well. Where Mumford’s full harmonies and lyrics will make you break down about your last break up, Remy’s song keeps it light, snarky, but equally honest.
Poor Remy varies upon the 2010 folk-dude sound, and if nostalgia is your thing, listen to these boy-men bring it in a concrete-covered forest next.
This review was written by Will. Thanks, veep!
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