A assessment of Superstar Warship Tradition’s “Leisure Every part” album.
Superstar Warship Tradition’s newest album, “Leisure Every part,” is a subcultural post-punk tribute to the crumbling of hope in a cynical and harmful world. A stunning combination of melodic and onerous core songs that inform a narrative of a dissolving life.
This can be a band of musicians with a robust connection. They appear completely in sync someway, every observe unfolding so naturally, so effortlessly. Some tracks have a dwell feeling, some extra techno-punk. However all of them revolve round this epic thought of loss.
There’s a definite 80s vibe, with echoes of Pleasure Division and Sonic Youth. However there’s additionally a great sprint of David Bowie’s purposeful esoteric artfulness.
These songs are from the center, with lyrics seemingly deeply private. The rawness is totally fascinating and achingly truthful. Earnest, mournfully artistic and sadly sweetly honest. The vocals are beautiful, purposeful and totally damaged.
I like music that has nothing to cover and Superstar Warship Tradition’s “Leisure Every part” places all the things on the market. No frills, no fuss, simply actual and delightful and uncooked and unforgettable.
Favourite observe – “Current Nostalgia.” Good. “Don’t get anxious however I hate that shirt that shade of gray, it jogs my memory of the world round eleventh grade.”
Liam Scott: Guitar, Bass, Synthesizer and Vocals
Mark Pickell: Drums
Todd Pickell: Synthesizer
Trevor Homosexual: Guitar, Bass and Vocals
Producer Title(s): Liam Scott, Mark Pickell, Todd Pickell, Trevor Homosexual
Recording, mixing and mastering by Jackson Pickell
Web site: https://www.cwc.band