the daydream fit – make me forget 7″
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Three sharp, energetic songs are the first signs of life that Dutch noise-emo-rock-racket group The Daydream Fit sent into the world. And they are promising signs. Taking ingredients from the nineties underground, this foursome developed a sound that fits somewhere between Fireside, Feverdream, Jimmy Barock* and the early Cursive, as melodic and catchy as it is noisy…and slightly disturbing. A band that would have fit perfectly on the Deep Elm-roster in the early Noughties, where bands such as The Appleseed Cast and Slowride managed to combine the sounds of indie rock, shoegaze, post rock, noise rock and emo rock ** to a unique selling point.