Premiere: Canine Coach Debuts New Single, “Dumb Paranoia”
Scrolling to really feel higher…half one Out March 26
NYC duo Dog Trainer has launched their latest single, “Dumb Paranoia,” premiering with Beneath the Radar. Created solely beneath lockdown, Scrolling to really feel higher…half one, the band’s newest album, is a quarantine album by and thru. Nick Broman and Lucas del Calvo labored on-line, sending beats forwards and backwards from Broman’s NYC residence and the basement of del Cavo’s Vermont Airbnb. The end result weaves collectively indie and pop influences for an genuine distillation of all Broman’s and del Cavo’s influences: the pop heights and EDM influences of Charli XCX, the emotive and unvarnished vocal performances of Porches, and the swaggering perspective of SWMRS.
Very similar to the band’s earlier single, “2019,” “Dumb Paranoia” is an eminently relatable reflection on Gen Z dissatisfaction and nervousness. Diving into late-night loneliness, existential dread, and concern of the oncoming future, the duo keenly hits on the fixed worries that plague the younger and dissafected. The accompanying lo-fi acoustic strum runs beneath glistening synths, simply bringing collectively the worlds of indie rock and pop glitz. The band’s pop instincts are clearly robust, however the duo additionally brings a refreshing DIY contact with the self-produced instrumental and the music’s stark acoustic base. In the meantime, the lyrical anxieties snowball, getting ever extra imposing earlier than the band lastly sighs, “I simply wish to go to sleep.” The lyric hangs for a couple of seconds, a superbly easy expression of the entire band’s frustrations.
The band says of the music, “This music explores all of the ‘dumb’ paranoid ideas that hold us up at evening (Am I gonna hate this tattoo after I’m 45 making use of for a job I by no means wished within the suburb the place I grew up?) and the best way these ideas can snowball (Does my household assume I’m lazy, that I’m losing my complete twenties? Did I spend manner an excessive amount of cash on that weekend down in Florida?). It was one of many earlier songs we wrote for the album, and was kind of a breakthrough for us when it comes to the extent of element we had been in a position to put within the lyrics. We realized the chance we needed to share what we had been actually going by on this launch.” Try the music and video under and look ahead to Scrolling to really feel higher…half one, out March 26.
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