Teal – Eggshailer

What does a garage rock duo’s take on indie sound like? Not as cliched as you might think. Eggshailer by Kent duo Teal has wafts of nineties shoegaze merging with long languorous vocals, a catchy riff that morphs into a simmering bouncing outro, and a simmering groove. It’s a world away from their fuzzy noise rock of latest track Turtongat, but proof that channelling the music and meaning doesn’t have to be confined to genre.

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