Released on their own Pogo Time Records label, the Los Angeles/Toronto-based CHAIN LETTERS just released their debut 7″. Bad Reflection comes with two refreshing tracks of their punk-inflected garage pop.
Splitting time between both Los Angeles and Toronto, Chain Letters are still a fairly new band. Bad Reflection is their debut release of any sort, bringing us two rollicking cuts of their fun-loving pop-punk. Lead guitarist Chris Parker admittedly wrote these songs before he even knew how to play guitar, something we’re still scratching our heads over. You’d never even guess that after listening, as our ears are filled with his scratchy, melodic guitar shards that carve a path for Sophia Dilley’s high-pitched squeals. Together these two elements create a deliciously memorable hook in the chorus, one that you won’t soon be shaking from your ear canal. Hear it right below to get a fully loaded dose of this ravaging guitar pop!
Genre/ Tags: Pop, Punk, Alternative
Bad Reflection 7″: Tracklist:
1.) Bad Reflection
2.) Boulevard Girls