New Lung Letters EP Review

Lung Letters-Passing Days EP (2017)

Country: USA
Genre: Punk, Noise Rock
Label: Self-Released
Tracks: 3
Length: 9.20′

Lung Letters are a four piece band from Austin, Texas who formed in early 2017, from the looks of things.  Lung Letters feature members of Total Abuse, Nazi Gold, and Flesh Lights, so going on that alone, you know you’re in for some really awesome music.  Lung Letters play a killer style of Flipper/Scratch Acid influenced punk and noise rock.  Passing Days is the band’s debut EP, which was released on March 18th, 2017.  On Passing Days, Lung Letters offer up three tracks of off-kilter and weird sounding punk and noise rock. Overall, Passing Days makes for a killer listen and definitely should not be missed.  Highly recommended!  Enjoy!

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One of the great thing about living in Austin is the abundance of bands trading friends and members to begin new projects, such as Lung Letters. The band takes members from acts like A Giant Dog and Flesh Lights, both whom we adore. As you’d expect, there’s a heavy handed rock n’ roll at work here, with Jeremy Steen handling the band’s vocal ferocity. If you’ve managed to catch the act live, then you’re already on board, but for those who haven’t, this track does a pretty good job of capturing the group’s energy on recor; there’s an animalistic quality not many can claim as their own. I’m particularly enjoying the moment between 1.45 and 2.30, bringing in some sly little hooks (reminds me of late 90s post-hardcore) before erupting into finale. Look for the Passing Days EP this Friday via Super Secret Records.