The Neighbourhood – "A Little Death"

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Recent months have shown the breakout of West Coast rockers, The Neigbourhood, and their dark and gloomy EP, I’m Sorry…. While it all started with their breakout single “Sweater Weather” back in March, The Neigbourhood have quickly risen to blog infamousy and held strong support ever since.

In the band’s latest single, “A Little Death,” the band make a slight crossover into R&B with dark instrumentation and a gushing release of sultry vocals. An eerie vibe throughout also sounds to have drawn influence from like-minded indie-rockers, The 1975, and layered it with just as many sexual lyricisms as anyone could handle. With every release “Touch me…” and “Feel like I am breathing…,” you can’t help but feel a little caught up in all the sexually smooth intricacies.

(via Noisey)

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