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Song Of The Day! Public Practice ‘Compromised’ : Scintillatingly positive rhythms in course, chiming with good tim punk aesthetics.

Public Practice / Photo: Okay Ogut

They have the vibe. They have the look. They have the style. They got the hook. That’s what we think about when we hear NYC’s own Public Practice’s latest, ‘Compromised’. The droning vocals of Sam York and tantalizing guitar work from Vince McClelland, decks out the good tidings with a powerhouse combo that makes it fab with Beverly’s, Drew Citron and Scott Rosenthal. The project is a scintillatingly positive rhythms in course, chiming with good tim punk aesthetics, all framed in this gritty but poppy Big Apple kind of swag.

‘Compromised’ is the lead single from that album and the intoxication, wafting from the bellies of the talented quartet, should get you high (in life) and energized (in spirit).

There’s no excuses on both accounts when you listen, observe, and maybe dance a bit more to this fab song.

‘Gentle Grip’ follows up their 2018 EP, ‘Mirror’.

This new pop will entice you, like the gaze of Debbie Harry always had.

It’s good sh*t.

Look for more from Public Practice.

Their debut album ‘Gentle Grip’ will drop on May 15th (Wharf Cat Records) and should be a dang of a good time.


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