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HANDING THE LITTLE ROCK LOCAL MUSIC SCENE IT'S ASS SINCE 1997. “…sweeping, bouncy, sometimes dramatic collection of layered and well-crafted songs” -Sean Clancy, Arkansas Democrat Gazette “Underclaire, on this third album, continues to put its two-guitar-pronged attack — of Mike Mullins and Edison DeLeon — out in front, with striking lines that weave and build and come crashing together in anthemic ways. Mullins, who also writes the band's lyrics and sings, wraps everything around a song-cycle about fraternal twins. Relationship problems, a suicide and a killing spree factor in, but the darkness doesn't overwhelm the band's warm instrumental approach.” –Lindsey Millar, Arkansas Times “…the album is dramatic and layerd without sounding sterile. It retains a jagged warmth in its largesse and reveals new corridors upon each new listen.” -Arkansas Democrat Gazette "...the former howl of the band resurfaces in the 12 tracks and 43 minutes of MAKING SKY. A couple of songs on the album — "Bullet Train" with its Pink Floyd-like bass and the ballad "Dead Lights" — are mostly instrumental pieces with scant lyrics, but the album's title track is a four-minute, tension filled outburst of squiggly guitar breaks and a rolling thunder of drums, and "Black Swan" is a cataclysmic loud/soft/loud/soft onslaught...It's a dynamic album of lush melodies and aggressive riffs filled with slight surprises. It's serious music for a serious time..." -Shea Stewart, Sync weekly Listen. Absorb. Repeat.
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Genres:
Post-rock, Indie-rock, Progressive-alternative
Hometown:
Little Rock, Arkansas

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About UNDERCLAIRE

HANDING THE LITTLE ROCK LOCAL MUSIC SCENE IT'S ASS SINCE 1997. “…sweeping, bouncy, sometimes dramatic collection of layered and well-crafted songs” -Sean Clancy, Arkansas Democrat Gazette “Underclaire, on this third album, continues to put its two-guitar-pronged attack — of Mike Mullins and Edison DeLeon — out in front, with striking lines that weave and build and come crashing together in anthemic ways. Mullins, who also writes the band's lyrics and sings, wraps everything around a song-cycle about fraternal twins. Relationship problems, a suicide and a killing spree factor in, but the darkness doesn't overwhelm the band's warm instrumental approach.” –Lindsey Millar, Arkansas Times “…the album is dramatic and layerd without sounding sterile. It retains a jagged warmth in its largesse and reveals new corridors upon each new listen.” -Arkansas Democrat Gazette "...the former howl of the band resurfaces in the 12 tracks and 43 minutes of MAKING SKY. A couple of songs on the album — "Bullet Train" with its Pink Floyd-like bass and the ballad "Dead Lights" — are mostly instrumental pieces with scant lyrics, but the album's title track is a four-minute, tension filled outburst of squiggly guitar breaks and a rolling thunder of drums, and "Black Swan" is a cataclysmic loud/soft/loud/soft onslaught...It's a dynamic album of lush melodies and aggressive riffs filled with slight surprises. It's serious music for a serious time..." -Shea Stewart, Sync weekly Listen. Absorb. Repeat.
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Genres:
Post-rock, Indie-rock, Progressive-alternative
Hometown:
Little Rock, Arkansas

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