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Posted July 17, 2013 by Mike Mineo in Tracks
 
 

Keebo – “Native American”

Keebo

London-based quintet Keebo tread between jangly post-punk and tranquil dream-pop, a successful meshing on tracks like “Follow”. On this track, the ethereal yet playful bass line sounds cut from a lost Stone Roses track, while the shimmering post-punk guitars resemble Interpol in its darkly reverberating melancholy. Their single, “Native American”, is similarly delectable. Vocal howls are laced over beautiful guitar movements, all building toward a stunning chorus where wordless tribal vocals coincide with mystical chord progressions. Some of the moments on “Native American” are jaw-dropping in their beauty. Keebo have established a unique yet familiar sound that packs plenty of potential.

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