Parlor Walls Are Unsettling And Delightful On Debut LP, Opposites

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Brooklyn art-punk trio Parlor Wall’s debuted their first full-length album, Opposites, on March 10. From the first track’s pleading chorus where singer and guitar player Alyse Lamb wails “open up your eyes,” Opposites is almost overwhelmingly heavy.  Crunchy guitar lines and Kate Mohanty’s wavering dream-like saxophone lines are layered on top of Chris Mulligan’s relentless drumbeats, feeling like an experience in anxiety, one both cathartic and unsettling. In particular, the song “Love Again” disturbs and delights.

Stream Opposites below and read our interview with Alyse Lamb on her solo project EULA here.