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Casual Americans’ Self-Titled Album Is Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Casual Americans explode onto the scene with their self-titled debut album, a collection of modern, infectious rock songs that wear their influences proudly without feeling derivative.

Casual Americans’ Self-Titled Album Is Out Now

The band’s sound is fresh and refined, showing their ability to blend the past with the present.

Tracks like “Sweet Nothings” flirt with the spirit of Prince, while “Do Better” carries a Cure-esque nuance – yet both feel distinctly Casual Americans.

“Anything You Want” throws a subtle nod towards Seal’s smooth vocals, but the song ultimately carves its own sonic path.

The album’s true standout is “Cowards.” The song’s rhythmic foundation is undeniable, with the drums and bass locking in like shadows, creating a solid platform for the guitars and vocals to shine.

The cadence of the drums and the strumming of the guitar evoke a similar emotional response as Incubus’ “Drive” or The Verve’s “Bitter Sweet Symphony,” but Casual Americans manage to deliver a fresh take on the familiar feeling.

The production on the album is top-notch, giving each song a polished and radio-ready feel.

“Casual Americans” is a gem of an album, a perfect example of alternative rock that feels timeless and innovative. This is a band to watch, and this debut is a must-listen for anyone craving a fresh take on classic influences.

Casual Americans‘ Self-Titled Album Is Out Now!


Formed in Athens, Georgia, by Justin Reynolds (Vocals/Guitar), Chris Matthis (Drums), Kyle Deloach (Guitar/Keys), Daniel Ard (Bass), and Ben Butler (Guitar), Casual Americans is a collection of guys who have played music professionally for well over a decade.

The band represents the kind of indie rock indebted to the ’90s and ’00s with an updated feel that they wished they heard more of today. Born just before the pandemic hit, 2020 brought a little extra time to experiment, record, and hone their craft into a style that’s in the vein of Beck, Spoon, and The Shins, with vocal harmonies that are reminiscent of The Beatles and Pet Sounds-era Beach Boys.

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