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Stutterboy ii is Stutterboy’s Album Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Stutterboy in the past but they are back with a full album and this is what I think about it.

Stutterboy ii is Stutterboy’s Album Out Now

This album transfers vibes of freedom. Somehow it manages to awaken your most rock spirit.

While listening to these beautiful songs, Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda in the movie Easy Rider came to my mind.

The sun on your skin, the wind in your hair, and lots of dreams in your backpack.

A rock with vintage nuances played impeccably by all members of the band. Some songs reminded me of the compositional approach of legendary English bands.

The album is conceived in a very interesting way, a roller coaster of emotions. Energetic songs leave space for more introspective tunes, but all the harmonies and arrangements breathe rock because this is the essence of this band.

I let myself be carried away by this music without asking too many questions and completely immersed myself in the sound universe created by the Stutterboys. Stutterboy ii ends with the fantastic False Dam that I had already reviewed in the past.

Honestly, all the songs are solid and this album is a really good rock ride that I recommend everyone to do.

Stutterboy ii is Stutterboy’s Album Out Now!


Intense experience!


Stutterboy ii is Stutterboy’s Album Out Now

Brooklyn-based indie act Stutterboy is back with their full-length, independently produced album.

Reaching from a vast span of influences, the songs on this album blend new wave synth tones with surfy reverb guitar, forward and percussive bass, and tricky syncopated drums all to create a fierce, brooding, yet tender sound. Strap that in with the rusty vocals and you have Stutterboy: Where 1980s Post-Punk meets 1990s Psych Rock, and all the while a subtle undercurrent of 1960s Northern Soul and West Coast Surf helps keep the tunes afloat.

These tracks were made for those en route — whether you are cruising on a scenic highway (try “Crossing Over”), waiting for a subterranean train (“Weeping Skeltons”), or trudging through the rain on foot (“Stay Out”), there will be a song on this album that fits perfectly with your means of arriving. Godspeed.




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