Anyone that is a fan of Anthony Green of Circa Survive's high-pitched tenor singing then you will go absolutely mental over San Diego-based rock group Idlehands. His voice is strained, pushing to those higher nights and slamming through the ether like a sledgehammer to a concrete brick. The group is gearing up to release their new album Dena Mora, May 19th via Equal Vision Records. Today EARMILK has the honor to premiere the lead single off the album, "Floor of Tradition." The single is full of large-bodied guitar melodies and pinch and pierce the ears as the sound crescendos into the chorus, Johnny's vocals getting heavier and more disparate as the percussion explodes into a cacophony of brute force. This song is a perfectly crafted of low volume melodic verses, where Johnny's voice soars through like a hummingbird in spring before erupting into a chorus that grabs you by the throat and shakes you from the core. This single has us salivating for the release of their album out May 19th. If you are digging the track you should preorder Dena Mora here.
Floor of Tradition